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PANORAMAS -STUDENT EXAMPLES
PANORAMA LECTURE SLIDES AND QUIZ LINK
THE "BLIND SPOT"

COLLAGE STYLE PANORAMA ASSIGNMENT

THE ASSIGNMENT:
•Create 2 collage style panoramas consisting of 5-8 image each. 
•DO NOT USE THE PANORAMA FEATURE ON YOUR SMARTPHONE!

HOW TO SHOOT THIS ASSIGNMENT:
•Stand in one spot and shoot a series of photos (approximately 5-8 images) panning slowly across an area.
•While shooting, overlap the edge of each image (as you take your photos) so that later, you can blend your photos into a collage style panorama.
•Have some fun with this –try shooting one at school and one away from school!


COMBINE YOUR 5-8 IMAGES ON A SINGLE PHOTOSHOP BACKGROUND
HOW DO YOU DO THIS?

•STEP #1 -Make your new panorama Photoshop background this size:
•File> New>
•Width: 2000 pixels
•Height: 1000 pixels
•Resolution: 72 dpi

•STEP #2-Give the background a color.

•Step 3 -Before placing your images on the background, resize each photo to 1000 pixels high using the crop tool... (doing this will make it easier to fit all you photos on the background). Below is a graphic that shows you how to resize using the crop tool...
•Click on the crop tool icon.
•Use the crop dimensions pulldown and go to "size and resolution"
•Leave the width blank
•Type 1000 PIXELS in the height
•Resolution 72 pizels per inch, click "OK"
•Double click inside the image to apply the crop you've chosen




•STEP #4 After you have cropped your photos, use curves (M) or levels (L) to correct your exposures.

•STEP #5 Copy and paste your images onto a background, overlapping the images to create a "collage style" panorama.
NOTE! -THE IMAGES DO NOT HAVE TO LINE UP PRECISELY -IT IS A "COLLAGE STYLE" PANORAMA, SO THERE MIGHT BE SOME MISALIGNMENT.

•STEP #6 Write your name, period # and Panorama on your slide

•STEP #7 You will be submitting TWO panoramas.
•Place one panorama on each background.
•Save your panoramas in the correct period# panorama folder.
•Title your images using these names:
p#lastname_pano1
p#lastname_pano2
p#lastname_pano3 (this is your proof sheet)