Photoshop v21 + (The previous versions will not correctly transform/warp placeholder images)
V1.0 – Initial Release
WAREHOUSE PSD is a set of 13 PSD files of a virtual gallery with pre-positioned artwork in equirectangular projection. All you have to do is swap 30 placeholder files with your own artwork and export the result.
- Open PSD panorama in Photoshop
- IMAGE > IMAGE SIZE > resize file to 12000 x 6000 pixels.
The Photoshop file only holds the effects and artwork positioning data, the rest of the content is loaded from external files in their native resolution, therefore this step simply saves everyone from downloading a 15GB package.
- Prepare your artwork by editing each of the numbered placeholders located in the ARTWORK folder, please keep the background transparent. KEEP DIMENSIONS, DO NOT EXCEED SAFE AREAS.
Do not use edge to edge artwork positioning, refer to the original SAFE AREA markings in the template. You can use multiple images in any order and fashion. Create additional effects, drop shadow, make pseudo 3d effects such as extrusion for the frames etc. You need to overwrite the original numbered ARTWORK PNG placeholder files and reload changes in Photoshop. This step applies to all 13 PSD templates, once you have made changes in the ARTWORK folder, it will be applied to all templates (Camera positions).
- Once your artwork is prepared and PSD files resized, open a PSD Panorama, Select the ARTWORK layer (F7 to bring layer tab), Right Click and select “Update All Modified Content”. After this step, your artwork should be populated. Please note if one of the artworks is loaded separately in Photoshop, it may fail to update as you need to save and close the affected file.
- LAYERS. (Version 1)
ARTWORK – You do not need to change anything here.
GRID – switch off before exporting. Used as a helper layer to help position additional content anywhere in the scene. Use Transform > Warp to position and distort your content if needed.
ARTWORK – Change Artwork Here
FP – Floor plans, clean and numbered.
PANO – Do not modify