Testing Adobe's panomerge from Lightroom - U of Michigan Law Quad
The view is of the west interior side of the University of Michigan Law Quad, with a portion of the north side along the left edge of the image. The merge or stitch is from five portrait or vertical format singles, shot RAW, hand held, manual exposure (see below for common EXIF data). I processed them in Lightroom to remove noise and chromatic aberrations, but nothing more. I selected them and asked LR to merge them in Photoshop, allowing PS to select automatically what it felt was the best algorithm. I cropped the resulting panomerge, merged the layers, and finished editing the shot for exposure, contrast, sharpening, etc. I did a small amount of straightening with the 'transform/distort' feature in PS, but impressively, very little was actually needed after the merge.
DP125-2015 Posted Tuesday, May 5.
Shared camera settings for the singles used in the panorama: Sony Nex-7, ISO 400, f/16, 1/250 sec, 43 mm focal length (equiv to 64 mm full frame 35 mm format)
Taken May 3, 2015. Processed May 4.
Title: Testing Adobe's panomerge from Lightroom - U of Michigan Law Quad
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