O Click the OK button to initiate the opening and arrangement of your images.

This operation may take a moment or two as the Photomerge tool opens and evaluates — and then attempts to stitch together — your selected images.

The result of the automatic merging appears in the Photomerge window.

Taz's Take: The greater the consistency in the shooting, the better the results — and the less work you'll have to do to organize and line up your images. With my images of the Kenai Mountains, the shooting overlap was well done (if I do say so myself), as Photomerge was able to stitch the images together rather well. Anyone would notice, though, that the variation in lighting and exposure has created some inconsistencies across the panorama.

In Chapter 4, you'll find out how to fix these and similar exposure to exposure inconsistencies:

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