Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Stitching and editing the vertical panorama of trees, part of Travel Photography: Mountains and Snow Landscapes.
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…Earlier today you saw me address a problem of a tall stand…of trees by shooting a vertical panorama, shot up and panned down.…So, I'm back now and I'm going through my images and doing my…edits and making my selects, so it's time to deal with these panoramas.…Before I can tell if they work, I've gotta stitch 'em.…So, at this point what I do is I go through and I find each set and I, in…Lightroom and I stack them so I know exactly which…images go with which, so that I don't get confused.…Fortunately all these that are going into the camera are all in order,…but I just want to figure out where the boundaries are between each panorama.…
So, you can see here I start here on this one.…And just pan down.…Now, I'm going to use Photoshop's panoramic stitching…feature, which I can launch into directly from Lightroom.…But I don't want to do it yet, because…I want to think about exposure ahead of time.…Panorama stitching is not going to do much in the way of exposure.…It's going to try and blend over seams.…But it's not going to address some problems that I can see here,…
In this course, photographer, author, and educator Ben Long takes a trip to Lake Tahoe to explore winter shooting at various times of the day. He also shows techniques for post-processing winter scenes to make them look their best.