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    Default Panorama using CS5

    hi guys, anyone using cs5 to merge a few shots encounter the end result of the pic wrapping at the both ends? i mean, all my shots are level, but after merging, the two end just wrap upwards thereby creating a bow shape horizon.
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    Default Re: Panorama using CS5

    Quote Originally Posted by desertstrike View Post
    hi guys, anyone using cs5 to merge a few shots encounter the end result of the pic wrapping at the both ends? i mean, all my shots are level, but after merging, the two end just wrap upwards thereby creating a bow shape horizon.
    Flatten image and crop

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    Default Re: Panorama using CS5

    Quote Originally Posted by BrokenDown View Post
    Flatten image and crop
    any other way? cos crop will remove part of the image
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    Default Re: Panorama using CS5

    You can try using Hugin which allows you to do the correction yourself.

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    Default Re: Panorama using CS5

    Quote Originally Posted by ziploc View Post
    You can try using Hugin which allows you to do the correction yourself.
    thank you very much
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