Join Bryan O'Neil Hughes for an in-depth discussion in this video Pano, part of Working with Raw-Format Photos in Lightroom and Photoshop.
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- Like HDR,…panoramas were one of those things you use to need…to create in Photoshop,…but now they're really easy to create directly here…in the library module in Lightroom…and I want to show you how it works.…Let's just take these files here,…which are part of my panorama.…I'm going to select them…and hit the Spacebar.…You can see that I've shrunk them down to jpegs…but I definitely encourage you…to use full resolution raw files.…You'll notice that I've got a bunch…of overlapping content…and that's really all that you need…to make these work.…This wasn't shot on a tripod.…I didn't balance out the exposure.…
Those would both be great ideas,…but it's going to work just fine without it…and it works much like HDR did.…With those images selected,…I can just right click on here…and come down here to Photo Merge.…The other way to get there…is to come to Photo,…Photo Merge and choose Panorama.…Now, you can try changing this manually,…but I would trust in the auto select projection.…Just go ahead and trust…that it's going to do a great job.…
AuthorBryan O'Neil Hughes
First, take a look at converting raw-format photos to the DNG format in Lightroom and using its Develop module to improve their contrast, color, and tone. Then find out how to adapt your raw workflow when you're on the move—on a mobile device or simply migrating from an application like iPhoto or Aperture. Next, Bryan switches over to Photoshop and its powerful Camera Raw plugin to optimize raw-format images and video. Along the way, he draws important comparisons between Photoshop and Lightroom, ending with tips for round-tripping back to Lightroom and creating camera profiles to make sure you're getting the most rich and accurate results from both programs.
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop CC Essential Training (2013)with Julieanne Kost14h 58m Beginner
1. Lightroom: Import and Library
2. Lightroom: Develop Module
3. Photos and Photo Libraries on the Move
4. Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop
5. Exporting and Accessing Files
DNG Profile Editor5m 2s
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