Tutorials - Complete Workflow for processing Panorama Photos

In my newest and most advanced tutorial yet, I show you my complete workflow for creating high quality panoramic images.

Panorama of Cape Woolamai during a spectacular sunset

Tutorial Content

In this tutorial I show you all the techniques I used to create the panorama photo of Cape Woolamai. The light that evening at Cape Woolamai was spectacular but also fleeting, so I had to work fast. Also, my wide angle lens wasn't sufficient to take in the whole cove. So I opted for a panorama combined with bracketing. With the direct sunlight, the rolling waves and the fact that I wasn't using a nodal rail or special panorama equipment here, putting the photo together to create a high quality result involved some unique techniques, which I share with you in the tutorial.

The Tutorial consists of two major parts, each 75 minutes in length.

Part 1 is all about stitching and blending of the panorama and deals with:

Part 2 contains my creative workflow, in which I recreate the atmosphere. It contains:

Prerequisites

This video tutorial is for the advanced Photoshop user. I assume that you are already familiar with luminosity masks and their creation. If not, I recommend watching my free tutorials first. On this site you will also find links to the plugins I use. If you have watched my other tutorials included in the advanced post processing bundle, this is perfect and will make it easier to follow along, but it's not mandatory.

I use Adobe Lightroom 6 and Photoshop CS6 in the tutorial. Photoshop CS5 or later is generally sufficient to apply the techniques I use here. I also use some filters of the Nik Collection, which is available for free over at google. For the stitching I use Hugin the Panorama Stitcher.

Buying the Tutorial

Below you find links to an automatic delivery system I've set up to make the purchase more comfortable for you. After you pay, you'll get a temporary download link to the tutorial.

Option 1 - Full Tutorial

The complete tutorial is 2,5 hours long and can be purchased for 50 USD.

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Option 2 - Part 1 only

Part 1, as described above, is about the stitching and blending of the panorama. It's 75 minutes in length and can be purchased for 30 USD.

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Option 3 - Part 2 only

Part 2, as described above, is about the more creative processing of the panorama. It's 75 minutes in length and can be purchased for 30 USD.

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