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    Default paranoma first try

    hi,i was trying to do paranoma.i was using photomerge of elements 10 but after the merge i can see something like the few photos was being stack on one another like that..like layers..i try flatten but cannot..how to get rid of the layers like effect??

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    Default Re: paranoma first try

    My first suggestion is that you try a panorama, instead of your paranoma.


    What do you mean by "few photos was being stack on one another". Is this the final image?
    Perhaps post a screenshot of PS10 in action.
    With modern cameras this smart, it's easier than ever to take bad pictures.

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    Default Re: paranoma first try

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    this is what i get as a final product...

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    Default Re: paranoma first try

    how can i remove the layer like thing??

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    anyone can help?

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    For a start 'Pananoma' seems a bit paranormal

    Jokes aside,

    You need to keep you exposure and WB consistent on all frames. That is what is causing the frames stacks to show up.

    Go download Hugin
    Its a free stitching program and does the work for you.

    2 shots stitched using it.
    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7018/6...b5491ff1_b.jpg
    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7165/6...045352d6_b.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikerocks View Post
    anyone can help?
    try using Hugin - Panorama photo stitcher
    its better at equalising the exposure across various shots..
    be warned, it'll take u a .bit. of time to learn..

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    Thank you very much.the shot was taken evening time, think the lighting was changing as I was taking the photos..thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam
    For a start 'Pananoma' seems a bit paranormal

    Jokes aside,

    You need to keep you exposure and WB consistent on all frames. That is what is causing the frames stacks to show up.

    Go download Hugin
    Its a free stitching program and does the work for you.

    2 shots stitched using it.
    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7018/6...b5491ff1_b.jpg
    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7165/6...045352d6_b.jpg
    The pic is beautiful!

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    You need to lock the exposure for your first shot and use it for the rest of the shots. Try to find out how to lock your exposure for your cam.

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    Meaning i auto focus first than set to manual focus right? If the sun is setting or rising it will effect the shot right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikerocks View Post
    Meaning i auto focus first than set to manual focus right? If the sun is setting or rising it will effect the shot right?
    You can AF 1st, then switch to MF and keep it at that for all the frames.
    For exposure, just set to M mode and adjust exposure until your camera determines its correct.
    Then take a test shot to see if the exposure as metered by the camera is correct or not.
    Fudge the exposure if its not.
    Once ready, take all the needed frames.


    Most importantly, just experiment and try out.

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