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How to use Panorama Stitching in Luminar Neo

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How to use Panorama Stitching in Luminar Neo

Luminar Neo is a full- featured photo editing application, similar to Lightroom in many ways. It can work as a stand alone application, or as a plug in for Photoshop. Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Apple Photos.

Skylum (maker of Luminar) recently released a module to stitch panoramas together. This is a tutorial on how to stitch panoramas out of photos and even video. This also serves as a review of Luminar, as I show some of the key features as we process the finished panoramas and other images.

This is a sponsored post, however all thoughts and tutorials are my own and not censored or edited by Skylum.

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One response to “How to use Panorama Stitching in Luminar Neo”

  1. Oh my goodness, I would LOVE it if you would do a series of NEO tutorials. There is very little out there to help those of us who have NEO to actually use it. Now that there are layers and masks and other features, the program has become a lot more complicated and I think your calm and measured style would be perfect. Hope Skylum decides to hire you. By the way Skylum, if you are listening, I am not a fan of all these “extensions” …. they should be part of the program as they are in Photoshop. If you want to monetize them then please find a different way. Neo is not a simple program. I sure could use a little bit more help actually using the program. Colin would be a great addition.

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