Pano Stitching

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Merge multiple photos together into a panorama or a matrix. Take a series of multiple photos and easily merge them together to seamlessly create photos with a higher mega pixel count. You’ll love the new sharing options for Facebook too.


10 comments on “Pano Stitching”

  1. On September 8, 2017 at 2:01 pm Richard Hayes wrote:

    To me that was probably the top suggestion in the Photo Raw Project. Thanks a bunch guys; nicely done.

  2. On September 9, 2017 at 5:38 am Louis Jordaan wrote:

    Thanks to the On1 team … the Pano feature is something I will often use. I do not have any wide angle lenses as yet and the pano feature is ideal for simulating wide angles.

    Louis Jordaan

    1. On September 23, 2017 at 10:27 am Albert Wood replied:

      Hi Louis, A PANO feature is much more than a wide angle lens alternative.
      A wide lens flattens the depth in landscapes. Especially disappointing in shots of mountain scenery. A PANO lets you use a long lens to accentuate the depth and also produce an image of the full view. By using several exposures combined it also effectively increases the resolution of the image way beyond the cameras actual resolution.
      Wide angle lenses are very useful but scenery/mountain landscapes are better produced using several exposures and combining them into a panorama.

  3. On September 9, 2017 at 8:38 pm Adam Rubinstein wrote:

    It does look pretty cool and I assume it will have added features for alignment methods, file types, etc? Can one make adjustments on he raw files first, sync them and then create the panorama?

  4. On September 23, 2017 at 6:03 pm wrote:

    Will you be competing with the likes of PTGui for full cylindrical and spherical imagery? Also, will you be including brackets in the stitch?

  5. On September 24, 2017 at 9:01 pm Bohdan wrote:

    Wow. Lots of goodies coming our way. Nice…..

  6. On October 20, 2017 at 3:12 pm Kristy Genessy wrote:

    I just tried the new pano stitching! Amazing and so easy. Totally seamless. Can’t tell where the stitching is. Love it!!

  7. On November 9, 2017 at 4:09 pm Don L wrote:

    Dan… thanks for the Pano course… I had two questions.. If you area shooting RAW why would need to turn off auto white balance and second why do you need to make adjustments before stitching… why not wait for the Pano to complete and then make adjustments as you did in the final lesson of the course. Thanks again.

  8. On October 13, 2018 at 1:28 am Rachel Cupper wrote:

    I have always loved the panorama! They allow you to convey a lot of detail and the whole atmosphere.

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