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Photoshop: PhotoMerge

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One of the most common requirements nowadays is to join “glue” your images together to create a larger image or panorama.

So what is PhotoMerge?

PhotoMerge allows the user to “stitch” (industry standard term) images together. Simply put this allows you to overlay multiple images together to create a larger image or panorama.

If like me you have a point and shoot digital camera, getting those large vistas is more or less impossible to achieve. However using PhotoMerge it allows you to create stunning panorama shots just like the big expensive SLR cameras on the market.

The process of creating a panorama is very straight forward. The problem is where to find PhotoMerge as its one of those options that is quite brilliant and easy to use but not so easy to find. This video will not only show you where this option is located but help you to create some stunning pictures. Still not sure? well have a look at this image on my Flikr account which was about 4 images at night put together to create (in my opinion) one heck of a view! Click here to have a look (opens in new window)

This video is one of many Photoshop tutorials on this site click here for more.

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630 Comments

  1. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  2. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    [..YouTube..] Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  3. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  4. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  5. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  6. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  7. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  8. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  9. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

  10. GTOOtt says
    25 Sep 11 at 6:00am

    Another way to get to photo merge is via “file-automate” in PS.

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