Two Great Things About Stitching Panoramas in Lightroom
First, thanks to everybody who took yesterday’s survey about Lightroom Classic and CC (and I hope you liked that tip at the end). Today, Benjamin Warde has an awesome little 60-second video on two great things about stitching panos right in Lightroom.
Is that Boundary Warp just magic or what? My only question is — why is it a slider because I’ve never (not a single time) wanted anything but the full awesome fix (and not just part of it). Should be a checkbox, but hey, that’s just me. Either way, I should just say, Thanks, Benjamin, so I will. 🙂
Have a great one everybody, and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for Rob Sylvan’s column. 🙂
P.S. Next month I’m in the Dallas area with my full day seminar. Come on out and spend the day with me. Only $89 bucks if you sign up right now.
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And why isn’t it available in Photoshop? Just say’n…
It is. You will find the same exact functionality if you bring all the frames into the Camera Raw plugin, then use the tiny popup menu in the Camera Raw filmstrip to merge to pano. You even get a DNG result (if you start with raw photos), just like in Lightroom.
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