Making a Quick Panorama Using Selections

You also can use selections to move parts of images around quickly without using the Clipboard. In this exercise, you are going to use the WildFlowers.tif image from the preceding exercise and make a panorama image.

Creating a Panorama View

If the WildFlowers.tif image from the preceding exercise is not already open, open this file now.
Your first goal is to make the image a little wider. The background color should still be white. If it's not, press D for default colors (and press X if necessary to make white the background color). Right-click (Macintosh: hold Ctrl and click) on the title bar of the image and choose Canvas Size. In the Canvas Size dialog box, check the Relative check box, change ...

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