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Old August 30th 15, 11:09 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
rwalker
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Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.
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Old August 30th 15, 11:43 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
David Taylor
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On 30/08/2015 11:09, rwalker wrote:
Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.


To make a wide-angle shot from multiple images I use Autopano Pro. It's
pretty good, and dedicated to the job.


http://store.kolor.com/panorama/soft...o-pro-4-x.html

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Old August 30th 15, 12:12 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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On 2015-08-30 10:09:33 +0000, rwalker said:

Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.


These days the "Photo Merge" to Panorama in Lightroom and Photoshop are
hard to beat. I can't address how that translated to the latest
editions of PSE.

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Old August 30th 15, 02:11 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default Photo merging softeware

In article , rwalker
wrote:

Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.


nonsense. photoshop elements 11 and 12 have panorama stitching, but if
you really hate it, search for panorama stitching software. there are a
number of options, which may not be as good.
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Old August 30th 15, 02:42 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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On Sun, 30 Aug 2015 06:09:33 -0400, rwalker
wrote:

Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.


http://matthewalunbrown.com/autostitch/autostitch.html

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Old August 30th 15, 03:07 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Alan Browne
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On 2015-08-30 06:09, rwalker wrote:
Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.



PS CS5 (etc.) does this quite well. But it's expensive if that's all
you need.



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Old August 30th 15, 06:29 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
PeterN[_6_]
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On 8/30/2015 10:07 AM, Alan Browne wrote:
On 2015-08-30 06:09, rwalker wrote:
Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.



PS CS5 (etc.) does this quite well. But it's expensive if that's all
you need.


Aren't some older versions legally available at very reasonable prices?


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Old August 30th 15, 06:40 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Savageduck[_3_]
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On 2015-08-30 17:29:21 +0000, PeterN said:

On 8/30/2015 10:07 AM, Alan Browne wrote:
On 2015-08-30 06:09, rwalker wrote:
Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.



PS CS5 (etc.) does this quite well. But it's expensive if that's all
you need.


Aren't some older versions legally available at very reasonable prices?


If you had a valid serial number for CS2 and could find a good download
you could install and run it without registration.
....but that was CS2 which is now unsupported by any current OS.

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Savageduck

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Old August 30th 15, 06:48 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
PeterN[_6_]
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On 8/30/2015 1:40 PM, Savageduck wrote:
On 2015-08-30 17:29:21 +0000, PeterN said:

On 8/30/2015 10:07 AM, Alan Browne wrote:
On 2015-08-30 06:09, rwalker wrote:
Anybody have any suggestions for software for creating photographic
panoramas? Photoshop Elements 4 had a great photomerge program.
Photoshop elements 11 and 12 stink, and I haven't been able to find
anything else yet to substitute. Elements 4 would take photos taken
from different perspectives, correct them and join them together
almost seemlessly. No such luck with 11 or 12, or anything else I've
yet to find.


PS CS5 (etc.) does this quite well. But it's expensive if that's all
you need.


Aren't some older versions legally available at very reasonable prices?


If you had a valid serial number for CS2 and could find a good download
you could install and run it without registration.
...but that was CS2 which is now unsupported by any current OS.


I would think that if someone had CS3, 4,5, or 6, and had switched to
CC, they could legally sell it, since CC2015 for PS and LR is not
upgrade pricing.

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PeterN
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Old August 30th 15, 07:02 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default Photo merging softeware

In article [email protected],
Savageduck wrote:

PS CS5 (etc.) does this quite well. But it's expensive if that's all
you need.


Aren't some older versions legally available at very reasonable prices?


If you had a valid serial number for CS2 and could find a good download
you could install and run it without registration.


where 'find a good download' is adobe directly.

however, that is intended for actual owners of cs2, not pirates.

...but that was CS2 which is now unsupported by any current OS.


correct. it won't run on anything recent. it's for people who refuse to
upgrade their old hardware and for some reason, happen to need to
reinstall cs2.
 




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