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How to make panorama photos in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) tutorial

It’s hard to believe, but we can make seamless panorama photos using nothing by Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CC.

This tutorial walks you through the entire process.

First we will merge 7 photos into a double layer panorama. This 4 on the bottom and 3 photos on the top (should be a good test of ACR’s abilities?). Then you will learn about all the additional features such as boundary warp and guided upright that enable to the clean up the edges and straighten everything in the panorama. I have used wide angle photos shot with a DJI Inspire 1 and X5 camera. This will work with any camera though. So it could be a GoPro or a Canon 5D MkIII, the process is the same for every camera.

All of this works exactly the same in Lightroom CC, here are some tutorials I’ve mad on that.

Check out some of my related tutorials on this.

How to make a panorama in Lightroom (Includes boundary warp)

How to use Guided Upright in Lightroom CC

How to learn Lightroom in 15 minutes


Check out a couple of my Aerial Panoramas!



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3 responses to “How to make panorama photos in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) tutorial”

  1. Very extraordinary photo manipulations, cool style! I wanted to retouch in this genre, but image manipulations are not my strong points. I send my works to online photo retouching services like FixThePhoto or Wedding-retouching if I need

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