Re: PTgui layers in PS
- Thanks Joost. I understand it better now, and was able to modify
what I needed to. But I'm a little confused -- is the multi-blend
dealing with just exposure, or warping as well? In other words, why
dont the layers line up the way the final blend does?
In general, I find the blending amazing, particular when it comes to
people. I took a panorama during a wedding, where there was slight
movement of arms etc between shots, but the for most part PTgui
figured selected parts of the images that made everything look good.
Is it somehow possible to get a mask of the way PTgui selected
images? I'm not sure if this would be helpful in terms of
corrections, I'm more just curious.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Joost Nieuwenhuijse <imim@...>
> Hi Matt,
> Please see 4.3:
> And a tutorial at:
> matt_nolan_uaf wrote:
> > I'm new to photoshop and PT gui, so I may be missing something
> > obvious here, but when I output my panoramas into photoshop, Iget
> > three results I dont like:for
> > - If I output as layers and blended, then the layer masks are all
> > black -- so there is no assistance in terms of what PTgui used
> > masks to make the blend.PTgui
> > - If I output as layers only, then the layer masks are set to the
> > full image. This again is of no assistance in terms of what
> > used to make the blend.But
> > - The layers dont line up the way the blend does in either case,
> > meaning I cant just collapse them to get the blend.
> > All I'm trying to do is touch up a few seams where people moved
> > between shots and I want to erase the double within the overlap.
> > it seems that I cant get close enough to the final automaticallyto
> > make this a simple process.this
> > Am I doing something wrong? I looked for a wiki page describing
> > but couldnt find one, so please point me to something if itexists.
> > Thanks,
> > Matt