Can’t back up enough to catch the entire image? Photomerge is your friend.
Line up the left side – click – hold level and move right with at least 25 per cent overlap – click.
In Photoshop CC 2017: file – automate – photomerge – browse and select your images – check blend images together – I also checked perspective and content aware fill transparent areas – click O.K.
This gave me the background images. I then used select – select and mask to bring in the foreground subject.
Finished it off with Topaz edits and some lightning using Photoshop brushes I found free (Brusheezy!?).
BOOM!! GO LANCERS!
“I believe the world is incomprehensibly beautiful — an endless prospect of magic and wonder.”
— Ansel Adams
Give an autumn image a little nudge using Photoshop.
A few adjustments in channel mixer, blending, selective colors and filter photoshop effect.
Another option is using Photoshop to add lens flare for an extra kick.
Enjoy these last days of autumn……until that magical first snowfall!
Above is a Photoshop tutorial on creating an autumn effect: