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    panoramic shots in CS4 - advice needed

    hi guys

    i need some advice regarding processing panoramic shots in CS4....

    i've used the file>automate>photomerge option and created a panoramic shot from 7 RAW images, however the shot still shows significant curvature of the horizon..

    can anyone advise what the best way to correct this is?

    i'm not that familiar with CS4 in this respect and i've never done corrections on perspectives or distortions...

    any feedback would be greatly appreciated..

    If any one needs the image linked, pls let me know

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    If you didnt consider that when taking the shot, it can be difficult to correct, cause the curve will generally be up and down from frame to frame. I suggest doing a perspective adjustment on each raw file first, saving as TIFF or PSD and then merging them all.

    If the curve did happen to be just one big curve, do the perspective adjustment on the finished pano

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    Thanks for that..

    the curve is just one big curve going across the pic so i'll try your suggestion..

    thanks again...

    cheers
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