This is a new addition to the Psdtuts+ Premium section. The larger the photo, the more you can do with it and the sharper it looks at reduced scale. With those goals in mind let’s leap into learning the process of stitching together multi-shot composites in Photoshop.
New Exclusive Premium Tutorial on High Resolution Photo Compositing
First, introductions. My name is Greg Martin. I’m an interaction designer at Ziba Design as well as a freelance illustrator/photographer. In this tutorial, “How to Create a Black and White Composite Panoramic,” I’ll be demonstrating two things. First, I’m going to detail my approach to stitching black and white photo sequences into a single seamless photo. Second, I’ll be showing you the methods I use to tweak photos to their full dynamic range.
A Detailed Tutorial Filled with Artistic Advice
Learn how to stitch together multi-shot composites in Photoshop. Also, learn to add a final layer of polish to tease out the full potential of the shot. The first image below shows the photos used to put together the composite and the second image shows part of the finishing touches – in this case expert control of lighting. This tutorial explains not only how to create each step in this process, but also why each step is taken.
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