In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how simple it is to shoot and edit a panoramic photo. If you’re unfamiliar with this method, the basic idea is that you shoot a group of photos from left to right, or right to left, and then stitch them together using software such as Lightroom or Photoshop to make one large, wide angle panoramic image. Today we’re going to look at how Lightroom makes stitching panoramas quick and easy. Let’s break this down into two simple steps:
If you’re reading this, then you’re most likely an amateur photographer who is serious about taking the steps to educate yourself on photo editing. Maybe you’re making the gradual move to becoming a pro, or maybe you simply want to be able to take your photos from good to great. In this tutorial, I’ll show you a few simple ways to retouch images, remove objects, and repair imperfections. These methods will work on portraits of faces just as well as they will on interiors or landscapes. I’m using Photoshop CS6, but the newer CC and even some older versions will have many of the same features and functions.
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It is exciting when creatives decide to take their hobby of photography and see if they can make it into a career. It is interesting though, how beginners and even those who have been in the industry for a while, may not realize how important marketing is.
In part one of this series, we discussed various ways to tweak your images in Lightroom, to help make them appear sharper. I warned against over-sharpening, mentioned the importance of shooting RAW files instead of JPEGs, and what causes unsharp images.