Panograph photography: how to make on-trend, ‘low-tech’ panoramas
How to assemble your panograph
01 Open all frames
Start by opening all the images for your panograph in Elements. You can see them here in the Photo Bin (bottom).
02 Open Photomerge
Go to Photomerge > Photomerge Panorama – it’s on different menus in different versions of the software.
03 Photomerge settings
Click Add Open Files, check Collage, left, and deselect all the boxes under the list of files.
04 Merge process
Now wait! Photoshop carries out the merging process quite quickly, but it can take a while in Photoshop Elements.
05 Tweak your layers
You end up with a panograph where each frame is on its own layer, so you can adjust or move them individually.
PAGE 1: What is a panograph?
PAGE 2: How to shoot your panograph?
PAGE 3: How to assemble your panograph?
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