Stitching Panoramic Images

In this photography class, follow Karl as he demonstrates how to create a panoramic image in Photoshop from a series of still photos he took of Times Square, New York.

He explains each step and how to correct any errors or issues that may occur during the stitch, such as removing unwanted distortion or objects and making necessary colour changes to specific areas of the shot.

In this class:

  • How to create a panorama in Photoshop
  • Working with layers and layer masks
  • Removing unwanted objects in Photoshop
  • Using Photoshop Burn and Dodge tools

Questions? Please post them in the comments section below.


  1. I know that this is an old class but when i stitch the images togheter i have some type of thin border it almost looks like torn paper

  2. I see that you have shown here and in other videos, classes that you have released around 2012, so the applications are usually in very old versions. I have already seen a lot of the videos presented in this program.
    Despite these comments I admire you a lot! I think you are the most creative photographer I have ever seen.
    Sorry for my english.

  3. Great video, how did you focus for each shot? Did you manual focus on first shot then just keep focusing the same?

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