Create a Panaroma with minimum efforts in Adobe Photoshop Elements

Panaroma posted by Ripple (VJ) : This has been created in Photoshop Elements 7.0 without any editing : Automatic : Panaromic View of RamGanga Resort, Corbett

- Click photographs of the same plane (Height) ... Make sure that there is some scene-overlapping in photographs clicked by moving left to right or vice-versa.
- Download the Photographs into a folder
- Launch PSE-Editor
- Go to File>New>Panorama Photomerge
- It will open a dialog where you need to specify the files from which you want to create a Panorama.
- Click OK and you will get a Panoramic view of the location...

****NOTE****

- Use Tripod to click the picks if you have... You can click without tripod but need to take care of height...
- Click the photographs such that any two photographs have some overlapping area...
- Don't change Camera Settings when you are clicking photographs for Panorama...(You can notice some lines in above pic... These are due to different exposures and tilt in camera...)

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