Learn to nondestructively edit and brand a spherical panorama—a 360-degree photo—with Photoshop and After Effects.
- [Chris] Hi, I'm Chris Converse, and I've put this course together to teach you one of my workflows for non-destructively editing and branding a spherical panoramic photo, or sometimes called a 360 photo. We're be using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects to do this. Don't worry if you've never used Photoshop or After Effects. I'll be going through my process step by step. We'll be starting with a real estate image that I took on a mostly overcast day. We'll begin by seamlessly removing the tripod and table that I used to position the camera, seen here at the bottom, as well as retouching the lawn, the patio, and adding in a new sky.
Then, we'll enhance the photo by adding in the sun, and then making color adjustments to match this effect. Finally, we'll add in a two dimensional logo and distort the logo to match the contours of the unwrapped spherical panorama. When we're finished, we'll preview the final experience, and then upload our enhanced panorama and share it with the world. This course also includes exercise files, including my original 360 photo, so you can follow along even if you don't have a 360 camera. Before we get started, let's continue on and discuss the software that you'll need in order to follow along.