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Lightroom and Photoshop – Creating Panoramas

August 19, 2014

Once you have the images imported into Lightroom, you can send them directly into Photoshop from Lightroom with a click of a menu; it’s easy. And the advantage here is that once you save from Photoshop, your newly created panoramic image is imported automatically back into Lightroom’s catalog. Lightroom and Photoshop cooperate well together in many ways! [More]

More Beyond HDR in Photoshop CS5

August 19, 2011

  Do you ever look at other people’s amazing HDR images and wonder why your HDR images never quite look as good? Well you’re not alone. In fact creating a really great HDR takes more [More]

Exporting Panoramas to Photoshop from Lightroom

August 18, 2011

Before I go into the how’s and wherefores of this tutorial I think I ought to explain a few things in case any of you are a little unsure of what panoramic photographs are and how they are made. A [More]

Panorama and Content Aware Fill for Photoshop Elements 9

March 21, 2011

When Photoshop CS5 was released one of the stand out new features was Content Aware Fill. This function could be used to remove unwanted objects or, as we see here, fill empty space around a panorama with new content. Photoshop Elements 9 came shortly after and boasted the Content Aware Spot Healing brush but not Content Aware Fill, so there’s no way of filling in those blank spaces in panoramas right? [More]

Mastering the Photomerge Command (Part 2)

February 19, 2011

The following tutorial is adapted from the book Motion Graphics with Adobe Creative Suite 5 Studio Techniques from Adobe Press. This is the second part of the tutorial. Be sure to check out part 1 [More]

Mastering the Photomerge Command (Part 1)

February 4, 2011

This is the first part of the tutorial. We’ll be back in 2 weeks with part 2 on how to clean up the panoramic file. If there’s enough comments and interest, I’ll add part 3 on how to bring the file into After Effects as a virtual set. Photomerge is a specialized “mini- application” within Photoshop that assists in combining multiple images into a single photo. You can access it from either Photoshop or Bridge. Depending on the resolution of your sources and the speed of your machine, it can take a while to complete. [More]