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    Default Pano Stitching in CS

    Curious...I just tried a 6 image stitch. Zoomed out i can see some lines between images. Just one level zoom in, the stitch line disappear. So is it there or isit not there?

    Will it disappear if i just merge all 6 layers together?

    Also, if i zoom all the way into one picture...there seems to be weird interlacing lines. Hmmm. Again, zooming out a few levels the lines cannot see already.

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    Default Re: Pano Stitching in CS

    Okay, I just tried merging/flattening (no idea why they are different)..i did the former.

    Well anyway the "crack" line cannot be seen anymore , but the zoomed-in interlacing lines still there. Odd looking really.

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    Default Re: Pano Stitching in CS

    dont bother with Photoshop. Use PTGui.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etegration View Post
    dont bother with Photoshop. Use PTGui.
    Yeah, okay I shall try that. This is a test shot nvr really shot panorama before Just decided to go ahead and stitch. I did a dumb thing of leaving my polarizer on but I suppose lesson learnt

    I see your link..shall give it a read

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    Default Re: Pano Stitching in CS

    http://www.EdmundPhoto.com
    for Weddings, Family Portraits, Executive Portraits, etc

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    Default Re: Pano Stitching in CS

    The lines will be shown after stitching in PS, but not visible when you save to jpeg.

    If it bothers you, can do a Flatten on the different layers PS uses to stitch.

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    yeap, if ur shooting with ultra wide, try to overlap the images when taking to minimize distortion too. have fun!

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    Default Re: Pano Stitching in CS

    I got that too, because the stitching are not perfect and once you zoom out the flaws are very obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcticFox View Post
    I got that too, because the stitching are not perfect and once you zoom out the flaws are very obvious.
    Oh. Hmm... I don't seem to notice that with PS CS4. I must go eyeball my panos again

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Oh. Hmm... I don't seem to notice that with PS CS4. I must go eyeball my panos again
    You have to zoom out.

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    Default Re: Pano Stitching in CS

    may be u try freeware call Hugin, i get very good result.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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