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crop a panorama

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Hello,
In order to get a 360° panorama, I took 13 pictures framed in a portrait with a overlay of one on the other of about 25%. I checked that Photo #13 fits with Photo #1 as well.
Photoshop thus creates a correct panorama , but with photo #11 in the center. I would have liked to see photo #1. Same result in auto or cylindrical arrangement.
I read somewhere that in the latter mode, "The reference image is placed in the center. which is ideal to create wide panoramas". What is this reference image, how do I define it? I did not find any reference to it in the Photoshop help or elsewhere.
Thanks for your help.

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crop a panorama

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Nov 03, 2020

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Hello,
In order to get a 360° panorama, I took 13 pictures framed in a portrait with a overlay of one on the other of about 25%. I checked that Photo #13 fits with Photo #1 as well.
Photoshop thus creates a correct panorama , but with photo #11 in the center. I would have liked to see photo #1. Same result in auto or cylindrical arrangement.
I read somewhere that in the latter mode, "The reference image is placed in the center. which is ideal to create wide panoramas". What is this reference image, how do I define it? I did not find any reference to it in the Photoshop help or elsewhere.
Thanks for your help.

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