Not sure if this works for older versions of Photoshop, but I don't think that it does. Step 1: When taking pictures that you later want to turn into a panoramic, the best way is to use a tripod, and just rotate the camera from the from left to right, taking pictures along the way. (I prefer to shoot vertical images because you can always crop out the top or bottom later on, and theres no limit to how far you can go horizontally, even 360 degree pics turn out awesome). Step 2: Take those images and open them up, I used RAW images from my Nikon, but you can use JPEG or any other format readable by photoshop. Step 3: Not necessary, but I usually arrange the images how I want them to look, just to get an idea of what the finished product will look like. Step 4: Select File -->Automate --> Photomerge Step 5: Click "Add Open Files" and be sure that the "Blend images together" option is checked. Step 6: Click "ok" - This can take quite some time, be patient. For 5 raw images, it took my macbook pro about a minute to complete the merging and blending. This is what you will get. Step 7: Crop it Step 8: Save your new image and post it in this thread Good luck!