Stitching Together Your Panoramas using Lightroom and Bridge/Photoshop

Stitching of panoramas can be a tricky and confusing, but it does not have to be. You may have seen my previous post titled, Basic Stitched Panorama Guidelines which outlined the steps needed to capture images ready for stitching. In this screencast I show you, step by step how to stitch those images together using Adobe Lightroom as well as Bridge/Photoshop.


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Hal "Bull" Schmitt is a former FA-18 pilot and two-time TOPGUN (Navy Fighter Weapons School) instructor. He is the Director and Lead Instructor of Light Photographic Workshops. Hal's courses and photo tours are recognized worldwide as the "Best of the Best." Follow Hal and Light at http://www.twitter.com/Lightworkshops

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6 Responses to “Stitching Together Your Panoramas using Lightroom and Bridge/Photoshop”

  1. Linda McRae Says:

    Hal – excellent tutorial! I use Lighroom 2.6, PTGUI, and Photoshop CS3, and I learned many handy management tips for managing my panorama images. Thank you!

    Linda McRae

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  2. Mansvi Says:

    Hi! This tutorial was really helpful! Thanks!! :D
    It was helpful for helping me stitch my photos together!! :)
    I wanted to ask, do you have to crop the panaroma in photoshop at the end? Is it ok if we dont?

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  3. doom Says:

    thanks for great tutorial and for sharing your know-how on LR workflow

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