After your image is open and saved in Photoshop, you'll likely want to crop the image to remove any uneven edges. But hold off on doing so until you have closely checked out all the frame boundaries to make sure the stitching is perfect. Use the Zoom tool to zoom in on the frame boundaries and look along all of them; make sure they match.
Tip: You can press the Shift + Cmd/Ctrl keys to activate the Zoom tool.
Select the Crop tool (C) and then click and drag it across your image to select the portion of the panorama you want to keep.
Note: You will want to zoom in on the edges of the crop to make sure you're keeping all the pixels you want.
Making Over Multiple Images into Panoramas (continued)
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