Shooting and Processing Panoramas
Shooting and Processing Panoramas is an Intermediate level tutorial on Photography, compiled by the creator, Richard Harrington. This tutorial is a critical foundation for anyone who needs to sharpen his/her Photography skills. It gives you a strong understanding on Cameras + Gear, Photography, Raw Processing, Lightroom, Photoshop, Cameras + Gear, Photography, Raw Processing, Lightroom and Photoshop.
When one photo doesn’t do justice to a scene, take several—and then stitch them together into a panorama. In this course, Rich Harrington details every step in the process, from shooting to stitching. Rich begins with a look at the creative options provided by panoramic photographs. He then describes the technical details for getting great original shots: how to properly mount the camera on a tripod, how to overlap each shot, which lenses deliver best results, and more. After shooting a variety of panoramas, he shows how to process them using various software tools, from Lightroom to Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop.
- Choosing your gear
- Compensating for the nodal point
- Leveling the camera platform
- Locking exposure and focus
- Shooting with the GigaPan system
- Shooting HDR panoramas
- Shooting a 360-degree panorama
- Managing data from a panorama shoot
- Keeping your photos organized
- Reducing noise and removing dust with Camera Raw
- Assembling panoramas with Photoshop
- Assembling panoramas with Lightroom Classic