An Overview of The Panorama Tool

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Hey Everyone. I did a quick overview video on the Panorama tool in ON1 Photo RAW 2018. Since this month is an Architecture themed month for ON1 Plus, I thought I would share a quick overview of how I use the panorama tool for my architectural photography.

I’ll share some basics for blending your images together, some scene setup and tips for camera settings, and give you a quick rundown of all the features available with the panorama tool. Learn the ins and outs of the features available with the panorama tool. And my favorite, how to add metadata for your photos exported to Facebook so you can add 360º image views.

ON1 Plus members, I have a longer full length ON1 Inspiration video for this image and some others utilizing similar techniques with Panoramas. I go over a full, comprehensive post-production edit to learn how to create some awesome images. Watch the full ON1 Inspiration video.

6 comments on “An Overview of The Panorama Tool”

  1. On March 5, 2018 at 8:48 am Dianne Kirk wrote:

    Love this video! The mosque was a favorite of ours when we visited Istanbul and I’m going to go back to the photos we took to see if I can replicate what you have done. Thank you for this guidance.

  2. On June 29, 2018 at 10:34 am Frank Victor wrote:

    Appreciated your video (as always). My panoramas work out well, but I am confused with how to reduce the files to reasonable size for inclusion in books. After making the panoramas, they are in psd. Can I just work on copy and use resize tool, inserting a width size to fit page?
    Thanks. Frank

    1. On July 6, 2018 at 7:20 am Hudson Henry replied:

      Hey Frank,

      I’d just export a jpeg for any use (web, book, print) and keep your master file sacrosanct. You can access resize in the export dialog.

  3. On November 25, 2018 at 8:17 pm Roberto Castro wrote:

    Awesome course!! Blown away by the presentation and how much was shared! I came away with ideas on what to do to improve my skills. Thank you.

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