In the new CS4, there are some minor improvements to the Photomerge function, including the new collage option. Jay Kinghorn goes over the different ways of bringing your images into photomerge, the layout options, and some quick tips for creating better quality panoramas.

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  1. Jitendra Wadhwani (Reply) on Tuesday September 23, 2008

    i want to merge photos for the entire corridor what i was able to make in CS2 but it seems difficult in CS4 with Automate Option. Can i have any option of manully aligned of photo not layers?

  2. Jay Kinghorn (Reply) on Tuesday September 23, 2008

    Paul,

    Sorry for the lengthy delay in responding to your comment. I’ve been out of the country. It sounds like there may be a problem with the installation of the Photomerge plugin. Your best bet is probably to reinstall Photoshop to ensure the Photomerge plugin is installed in the correct location and accessible from both Bridge and PS.

  3. Jay Kinghorn (Reply) on Tuesday September 23, 2008

    Jitendra,

    I apologize for the lengthy delay in responding to your comment. I’ve been out of the country. You can manually adjust the layout of images in PSCS4 Extended using the Auto-Align/Auto-Blend method. Scroll through my comments above for more detailed suggestions on how to best accomplish this.

    Best regards,
    Jay

  4. James Mockler (Reply) on Tuesday September 23, 2008

    Provided good insight of Photo-merge for CS4

  5. Roj Vinoya (Reply) on Tuesday September 23, 2008

    Can Adobe Photoshop CS4 photomerge image mosaic like in Photoshop CS2… like for example merge 4 columns x 4 rows of adjacent images?

  6. Cezary Karpinski (Reply) on Tuesday September 23, 2008

    Hi
    Got some masive problem with automate on my CS4 wonder if you can help.
    I used photomerge to create panoramas since fev month and it alweas done a really good job till last night.
    Now when trying to merge photos togheter it still begine as it should and after fev minutes when the final photo shuld comes out whole process just disappears( layers, progress, everything)

    Please Help

  7. Eric Bjerke (Reply) on Tuesday September 23, 2008

    Excellent tutorial, and I have seen a few. Maybe you can give me a tip on a problem I am having. I keep getting a nice panorama that leaves one picture out. The final result has it there, but it is not attached to the rest of the otherwise fine rendering. What causes this and what can I do to correct it?



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