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Lightroom Classic: Creating Panoramas

Rich Harrington

About this course

Whether the subject is landscape or architecture, a great panoramic photo offers a new perspective that can really capture the viewer's attention. The process of creating panoramic photos has gotten even easier with the release of Lightroom 6 and Lightroom Classic CC. You can now combine multiple images into a new file and even preserve the flexibility of raw photo editing. Additionally, by combining Lightroom and Photoshop you can get a most advanced level of control over the final results. Rich Harrington introduces all these techniques, plus a workflow for creating high dynamic range (HDR) panoramas.

 
Topics include:

  • Shooting strategies for panoramas
  • Organizing photos in Lightroom Classic CC
  • Starting Panoramic Photomerge
  • Merging raw files
  • Changing your projection method
  • Automating the panorama process
  • Combining Lightroom and Photoshop
  • Creating an HDR panorama

Curriculum2h 58m

About this course

Whether the subject is landscape or architecture, a great panoramic photo offers a new perspective that can really capture the viewer's attention. The process of creating panoramic photos has gotten even easier with the release of Lightroom 6 and Lightroom Classic CC. You can now combine multiple images into a new file and even preserve the flexibility of raw photo editing. Additionally, by combining Lightroom and Photoshop you can get a most advanced level of control over the final results. Rich Harrington introduces all these techniques, plus a workflow for creating high dynamic range (HDR) panoramas.

 
Topics include:

  • Shooting strategies for panoramas
  • Organizing photos in Lightroom Classic CC
  • Starting Panoramic Photomerge
  • Merging raw files
  • Changing your projection method
  • Automating the panorama process
  • Combining Lightroom and Photoshop
  • Creating an HDR panorama

Curriculum2h 58m