December 06, 2013

Demo: How to create great panoramas in Photoshop

Bryan O’Neil Hughes shows how to create great panoramas from multiple photos (including Content-Aware Fill magic) in just under 4 1/2 minutes.


Posted by John Nack at 1:52 PM on December 06, 2013


  • Alex — 4:09 PM on December 06, 2013

    wrong movie John

  • steve — 6:50 PM on December 06, 2013

    It is the last one on the playlist 5/5.

    • Alex — 7:48 PM on December 06, 2013

      oops, thanks, I missed that one.

  • Trevor Dennis — 9:04 PM on December 06, 2013

    LOL. I was doing hard page reloads, and it fixed itself, so that’ll be fortuitous timing. Brian is such a nice man – so are you John – but Brian comes across as a proper good sort (as we say here).

    I loved the double panorama trick. I’ve seen it happen where Photoshop splits a panorama into two rows because of poor overlap or registration, but never with completely different sets. That one will go in book of party tricks to do at Photoshop workshops for sure. :-)

  • mark — 2:58 PM on December 08, 2013

    Awesome yeah!

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