Photoshop Tip: Create Layered Panorama PSDs with Microsoft ICE

Comments (9)
  1. Smithk403 says:

    Really enjoyed reading ur blog.

  2. Maidul Islam says:

    Nice technique. Really useful…amazing!! great to see the amazing work of great experienced art directors!!thanks for the post…

  3. Jamie says:

    Good info.. thanks! I’d love to have a Gigapan for myself one day.

  4. Sila Mahmud says:

    Your blog is great! These pictures are so interesting , I like cartoon very much, I want to make friends with you

  5. Denver9999999 says:

    I don’t care about making panoramas but the last picture of the sharpness is interesting. Can you do that with a set of photos and trick it into just sharpening the image? I.E. Using burst mode to take 3 pictures of the same scene then putting it into Photosync to sharpen it.

    1. dennytang says:

      @Denver9999999 Haven’t tried but that’s a great idea. Photoshop does have a way to do that using Stacking modes. You can go to File > Scripts > Load into Stack and then go to Layer > Smart Objects > Stack Mode > Mean or Median. Those are more for reducing noise but can sharpen the image as a result of less noise. Another software to try is PhotoAcute (http://www.photoacute.com/)

  6. Matt says:

    Just noticed that you posted to Photosynth: http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=1b77eff0-b816-40bb-a131-a640cd31bce6
     
    I’m not sure if you found the Photosynth Export plugin for Photoshop: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/PSPlugin/ ? This lets you use the workflow that you describe here and still upload to Photosynth.

    1. dennytang says:

      Thanks for the tip Matt! That’s a useful addon

  7. Pauline says:

    Doesn’t work for Mac :,(

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