Adobe has done a great job of adding tools that allow you to make panoramas inside Lightroom and Camera Raw, without ever having to leave the program. You can merge multiple photos together to create stunning, panoramas. Recently, they added a great tool, called Boundary Warp, that helps you to recover the lost detail around the edges. The one task that you always had to go to Photoshop to fix was the perspective distortion, especially when shooting with wide lenses. Now, thanks to Guided Perspective, you can manually remove perspective distortion right in Lightroom and get a perfect panorama!
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How to Make a panorama in ACR Adobe Camera Raw
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