[Photoshop] How to process a panoramic image

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 15.04.2010

Despite having ultra wide lenses, there still may be times where they are not wide enough. This will lead to taking multiple shots and stitching them together in post processing software. Superiwan, a Talk Urbex moderator has put together a video tutorial of how to do this in Adobe Photoshop

Sit back and enjoy the tutorial

Part 1

Part 2

Please feel free to leave some comments for superiwan below or in the Talk Urbex forum

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#1PhotoshopEditerJuly 13, 2011, 6:15 pm

Great post you will be hearing more from me, because i am gonna check out some more of your posts.

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