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  • Storm in a Port

    thanks for the comments. I think the storm PR is referring to is hitting the whole of the NE at the minute.

    • 5 May 2009 9:58AM
  • Castle and Cathedral

    Hi jeronius thanks for the comment. If you follow this link to a map of Durham, the most common view is marked by the green viewpoint symbol, but anywhere on the dotted footpaths will give you interesting Durham images.

    • 2 May 2009 9:17PM
  • the dancers

    I do like! Simple but I could look at it for ages.
    • 29 Apr 2009 5:52PM
  • Thames at Night

    Hi Joe, thanks for the comment.

    I find that if I get the original images correct then the merge process is really easy. I use all manual settings for exposure and focus so that nothing changes between the multiple images. Then back in Photoshop (I use CS3) open all of the images and select File, Automate, Photomerge. Select "Add Open Files" and start by just accepting the default settings i.e. Auto. Photoshop will then take a little time to create the panoramic image and blend the joins for you. It will look odd to start with but just crop the image how you want it then do any photoshop work you want with curves etc to finish it off.

    Hope that helps

    Thanks Brian
    • 27 Mar 2009 9:50AM
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