Monday, August 10, 2009


Well, my Photoshop has been refusing to work properly, so I've decided I'm going to wait until I get all my files uploaded onto my new laptop to try again on the HDR thing. In the meantime, I'm going to post some of the Photoshop techniques I've learned over the past few months. The first one is pretty simple, as Photoshop actually has a tool made just for it. In CS3, you can just click File - Automate - Photomerge, and then choose which files you want merged. If you choose Interactive Layout, you can play around with the positions afterwards. You can then crop and edit to your liking. Here are a few I've made so far. They're downsized a lot, so the quality might not be the greatest.

Okanagan Valley, BC - August 1, 2007

Whitewater Lake, MB - August 24, 2007
Tahquamenon Rivermouth, MI - May 6, 2007

Tahquamenon Rivermouth, MI - October 21, 2007

1 comment:

ljb said...

Those are great pics bud!