Even if you’ve conducted a photoshoot with panorama mode disabled, you can easily fix the situation by stitching pictures together in Photoshop. First, you need to download Adobe Photoshop for free. Afterward, blend, crop pics and merge layers to get them ready for the main editing stage.
STEP 1. Start with Photomerge Tool
To start the workflow, launch Adobe Photoshop on your computer. In fact, you do not even need to create a new document. Navigate to the top menu, choose File > Automate > Photomerge.
STEP 2. Select Images You Want to Stitch
Take a look at the left panel and pick the required layout of the panorama. But if you are uncertain which one you need, it is better to opt for the Auto option.
Click Browse and choose photos, from which you want to create a panoramic composition. Check whether the Blend Images Together option is ticked, if not, do it manually. Once all the pics are imported, confirm it with the OK button.
Now, you should work with masking in Photoshop. In case, your images are similar less than 70%, consider adding a layer mask to fix the stitch lines.
STEP 3. Use the Crop Tool
Go to the Layers panel to make the stitching area visible in the layer masks. Now you need to crop the transparent border areas with the Crop Tool. The same operation can be easier fulfilled by using Photoshop keyboard shortcuts and hitting the C button.
STEP 4. Merge All Your Layers
Go to the Layers panel, choose all layers, click with the right mouse button, and find merge layers in Photoshop option. Hit it to launch the merging process, the result of which will be a single composition. This step will simplify your Photoshop stitching photos editing workflow.