I would thank you, but I have no idea what you just said lol. I am really new to all of this.
are you new to photography or just new to panoramas?
Panos are pretty complicated things when all is considered and how the hell PS works it out I can never understand.
This is how I do them; and often with a Canon G12 P+S camera.
>I lock the focus to a suitable point
>set the exposure to AV. Now that is different to how most/some do it I believe
>generally I hand hold the camera. Again different to some and it does take a bit of experience.
>I overlap heavily to compensate for any changes in the light.
> then i leave it the PSCS3 to sort out which it does very well most of the time.
>sometime I use transform (not sure if that is in PSE10) to straighten out any horizon or building problems.
If I have too many images for the Dell lappy to handle I just do a few images at a time. that is I will join the first 4 or 5 files into one image and then the next four or five files in one image and so on. i then join those images. Takes time but it's easier for lappy to do it.
Now back to my first question.....if you are new to photography I would suggest you gain more experience with camera before playing with panoramas. Don't make photography harder than it needs to be. photography can be a long never end journey so take your time.
One problem i see with your images is there was not enough space left around the subject. Photograph with a vertical camera and have plenty of space at the top and bottom as there will some cropping in the final image. and generally it's better to use a longer lens than a short lens.