Inspired by my recent (May 29) panorama with the Photoshop CS3 command I tried another, this one consisting of 14 individual frames showing the Bishop area valley. It’s a panorama, with an aspect ratio of 15:1—too wide, I think; next time I’ll shoot with the camera in a vertical position. The final image is 27697 X 1859 pixels; the “large” version is less than 1/3 the size (linearly) of the original.
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My only real complaint (so far) about Photoshop CS3is that it makes very poor use of multiple CPU cores, running largely single-threaded. It also has trouble auto-aligning images with low contrast (such as clouds); these need to be hand-aligned.
Below are a few more examples I went through from an old shoot (click for large view):