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Top to Bottom stacking 3 images How To?

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I have a shot of a waterfall, zoomed to 3 separate images. When I File>New Panorama, the 3 images are shortened so as not to include the bottom of the waterfall. Is there an image size limitation?

I am not worried yet about anything picture quality just yet.

Panorama Waterfall Palouse.jpg


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I would agree with Lee. The lower part of your waterfall is very poorly defined, with no background to speak of. You would probably do better to do it manually.


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John and Lee, you may be right, even though you cannot see but the top two images. The very bottom is even less contrasty, less detailed, less focused. I was just trying from photos as a practice. I'll take another run at it with better focus, thanks very much.

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