|6th January 2008, 19:44||#2357|
Join Date: Jun 2006
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|6th January 2008, 21:38||#2358|
In PS you have an option of creating Panorama ("PhotoMerg")
Select the pictures that you need to merg and go to "Tools" drop down menu and then go to "PhotoShop" menu and click on "PhotoMerg" option. Then PS will give you a couple of options of merg type select appropriate one and bingo it will create the panorama for you.
In order to get proper alignment its adviced to use Tripod. Buy PS CS3 claims that you can create good panorama even if pics are clicked hand held.
|6th January 2008, 22:25||#2361|
Join Date: Jan 2006
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Am getting my hands dirty with photoshop, still a rookie though.
Before: (horribly gloomy day at Lalbagh)
|6th January 2008, 22:29||#2362|
@guyonblackybx - thanks mate !
@kp - nice shot. Will look great after a bit of editing.
Another two clicked at Veer dam
Kaun hai be.. ?
And thats a Wagtail i suppose.
Prantincole ( name of the bird )
Last edited by hkanitkar : 6th January 2008 at 22:31.
|7th January 2008, 07:55||#2364|
Hey buddy you got pretty close to the birdies how did you manage that. Which lense did you use? a 300mm or 600mm?
|7th January 2008, 13:59||#2367|
Join Date: Nov 2005
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Hrishikesh, very nice pics, the cactus pic looks awesome.
Some pics from me
Vaishishti river near Chiplun.
On the way to Dapoli
Sunset at Kelshi
50ft high sand dunes on the coast at Kelshi.