Photoshop Stitching vs. Hand Stitching
Have you always wanted to create uniquely different scenes for your Composites?
Now you can with the not-so-simple technique of “stitching” several photos together, creating one amazing scene for your Composite.
The question is, which works best? Stitching with Photoshop? or Stitching by Hand?
Today I’m going to go through the different options you’ll have when Stitching together photos using Photoshop vs. the more complicated technique of Hand Stitching, and I’m going to show you which one works best.
Now, pull out your needle and thread because we’re about to “stitch” some stitch together.
Stitching Photos with Photoshop
Stitching photos together is one of the hardest techniques to master but Photoshop’s made it a whole lot easier with its “Merge to Panorama” option.
Easier isn’t always better though.
Let’s take a look at the various different options you’ll have when stitching images together in Photoshop.
The six (6) different options you see are; Auto, Perspective, Cylindrical, Spherical, Collage, and Reposition.
This option took too long to compress, so I didn’t do it.
Hand Stitching Photos
Now that you have a good idea of what Photoshop can do, which is pretty impressive, let’s take a look at what you can do by Hand.
Hand Stitching gives you way more freedom and flexibility.
Ok, standard disclaimer here, Hand Stitching is not easy and it will take some practice to master, but the results speak for themselves.
There is no comparison between Photoshop’s algorithm and what an artist can do by hand, which is why Hand Stitching is your best option if you truly want to create uniquely different Composites.
That’s a Wrap
Ok, now that you’ve seen for yourself the difference between Photoshop’s stitching capabilities and stitching photos together by Hand, I’m curious to know what you think?
Who won the Photoshop Stitching Stitch Off?
If you want to learn more about Hand Stitching to create better scenes and backgrounds, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know. If enough people bug me about showing them, I just might make a tutorial.