Correcting a distorted panorama | Photoshop | lynda.com

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In this design tutorial, see how to stitch together a large-scale panorama in Photoshop and then use the Adaptive Wide Angle filter to remove noise and distortion and rebuild details using Content-Aware Fill. Watch the follow-up videos in Deke’s Techniques at

This specific tutorial is from the Deke’s Techniques series presented by lynda.com author Deke McClelland. The complete Deke’s Techniques series offers short tutorials on Photoshop and Illustrator projects, and features real-world examples that can be applied to creative projects right away.

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27 COMMENTS

  1. They've removed the Panorama option in 2019… I shot a panorama with an iPhone and I'm trying to remove the barrel distortion… 🙁

  2. Thanks very much for this guide.
    I was pulling my hair out trying to straighten my panorama but after seeing this video it took me all of two minutes!! 😀

  3. Excellent tutorial – not just guidance for distortion correction, but related tidbits of information applicable to pano creation and general photo editing, much appreciated! I've used PS for quite a while, but the program is so intricate you can always learn something more.

  4. Great tutorial but what about issues with filling with content aware that I face using Marquise tool ; the are needed to be filled is huge and I've tried another approach in P's CC which is crop -content aware tool it gave me stitched image with color variation at borders that render the whole photo as stitched photo ? Any clue ? Thanks for the post.

  5. I found this tool to be a hidden gem. Us it all the time. FYI, holding down the shift key while placing a line will force it to be either horizontal or vertical, which ever it is closer.

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