Photoshop has a nifty function that speeds the process of stitching pictures: Automatic Photomerge. If the images have enough overlap and the exposures are not too far off, this function does a pretty good job on getting you started. In this section you join two pictures using Automatic Photomerge.
This picture was taken from the same spot as that in Figure below this figure , with the same exposure and seconds after, but the colors and alignment are off.
Same shot, same time, but again—the colors and alignment are off in this photo.
Although you could manually do this, photomerge is a nice feature that speeds your progress.
Images taken off the list are not closed in Photoshop
The Photomerge palette has its own tools on the upper left
Double-check your settings against this image to make sure you haven’t missed anything.
Make sure you have Australia 1 layer selected before you click the Channels tab. Otherwise, the following steps give you a slightly different result.
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