digi2ap Posted February 25, 2014 Share Posted February 25, 2014 A while back I checked with MS whether the use of PS Photomerge requires that I tick Digitally Altered and the answer was - yes. I use Photomerge occasionally for stitching panoramics but more often when vertically stitching for architectural images to correct the verticals. For examples see - DFXAHX and DTH1X8. I asked MS because I felt the definition of Digitally Altered wasn't fully clear on this matter. I can see that the re-positioning of pixels in Photomerge is digital altering but it isn't a false manipulation of the scene, if anything I'm using Photomerge to make the scene more real, in terms of architectural geometry. What do people reckon and, following MS advice, should all panoramic images also be ticked Digitally Altered if using Photomerge? Not wishing to stir up anything, especially as new here :-), but interested to hear a range of views. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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