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How We Processed It: Panoramic Portrait Using Wireless Flash

By Matthew Saville on February 9th 2013

This video is a follow-up video for a “How We Shot It” video, which you can view here:
slrlounge.com/how-we-shot-it-panoramic-portrait-using-wireless-flash

Many years ago, panorama merging was not very automated and you had to either spend hundreds of dollars on panoramic equipment and software, …OR you had to spend many many painful hours doing “manual merging” by mouse or wacom pad.  Nowadays however, photoshop is pretty good at merging almost anything that has even a sloppy hand-held overlap.  Nevertheless, there are still numerous tricks and procedures to follow in the creation of the final image, so enjoy this video!

(We will be using the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Preset System to process the original RAW images, and and overall techniques of the HDR workshop DVD.)

 

The Original Frames

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The Photoshop Merge

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The Final Result

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Matthew Saville is a full-time wedding photographer at Lin & Jirsa Photography, and a senior editor & writer at SLR Lounge.

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Q&A Discussions

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  1. Joseph Prusa

    Nice.

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  2. Basit Zargar

    great

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  3. Doc Fluty

    Turned out really good.

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