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Create a Stunning Panorama with Lightroom and Photoshop Tutorial – PLP#15 by Serge Ramelli


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20 comments

  1. Fantastic.

  2. why not do the adjustments after the merge?

  3. The amount of pixels this image is WIDE is equal to the total number of pixels in an iPhone 6's camera hahaha

  4. I am using Photoshop CS5 and under filters tab, I can't see Adaptive wide angle filter.How can I fix this?

  5. Serge,
    Just what I was looking for. Moments before I was wondering how I could get training for Lightroom and panoramas. Then I find you! Serendipity. Could you please advise on the programs you have that would be best for me, also I have LR5 and noticed your programs are for LR4; will this be a problem?

    Cheers,
    Greg

    PS-Just subscribed and am so happy to have found you!

  6. Thank you Serge.  Excellent video. I learned a lot.  One suggestion however.  You are a Lr and Ps expert.  Many viewers are not.  When you go through the selections which you've done a million times you go so quickly that I can't catch up with your selections, especially when you do keyboard shortcuts.  So please keep in mind that when you are going through this, your viewers in many cases are trying to take notes.  So just slow down a bit.  I wouldn't have minded at all a longer video.  Again, thanks. 

  7. Scott Kelby tells this same story in seminars.

  8. Great video Serge!  I'm trying to learn panorama and it's challenging as I'm an idiot with PS.  I keep coming back to try and put my shots together taken around Kaiserslautern in Rhineland-Palitinate Germany.

  9. You do some amazing stuff. Thanks for the help learning!!!

  10. Gosia Stankiewicz

    The actual panorama tutorial starts in 8:00 for those who really came here to watch panorama tutorial….

  11. Very nice video tutorial. I am trying the same steps with your RAWs in Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CS6 on a Mac too, but when I go merge into Pano, the result is awful, I can see every image overlay so I have like 7 vertical lines in the Pano. Every step I did was a mimic of yours, got to figure this out

  12. Bonjour, Est il possible de Fusionner un lot de 3*4=12 images HDR Fisheye sur photoshop. Merci d'avance

  13. Christian Bourdeau

    Where can I download the raw files? I cannot find it on your website

  14. Kevin L. Houghton

    Great instruction, best I've seen in a very long time! 

  15. here's my man!

  16. Hi
    in the above example, why you did not merge it as it is then use the lightroom to correct , why have 3 steps instead of 2

  17. Tsvetomir loukanov

    where is this place?

  18. Excelente tutorial! (Y)

  19. could you do it all in CS5 as I don't have lightroom? Great vid by the way. Glad I found you so I can brush up on my photoshop skills

  20. Rronnel Mmasangkay

    Love your videos.

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