- [Voiceover] Hi, this is Jan Kabili…with another episode of Photo Tools Weekly.…I'm going to show you a useful little trick in Lightroom…for dealing with those pesky white edges…that you almost always get when you merge…individual photos into a panorama.…Wholesale cropping away of those white edges…is often not an option because that could delete content…that you want to keep in the photo too.…And jumping to Photoshop to fill in the edges…around a panorama that you make in Lightroom…won't work for those of you who don't have…or don't use Photoshop.…So, here's an alternative for filling in…those edges right in Lightroom.…
Here in Lightroom's Develop Module,…I have three raw photos of a scene…that I shot from a boat in the Alps.…The view of this brilliant blue lake…and the forested mountains and the moody sky…was really breathtaking, but, it was too wide…to capture in a single shot with the lens…that I had on my camera at the time.…So, I shot a few overlapping photos…with the idea that I'd stitch them together…later in Lightroom which is something that you can now do…
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