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with Jerry Courvoisier
Online Class

Stunning Panoramas: Simplify Your Workflow

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Extend your range and capture the expansive beauty of any landscape! Join photographer and digital processing expert Jerry Courvoisier and learn how to use Adobe Lightroom® to stitch and process impactful panoramic photography. During class, Jerry will show you the best techniques for shooting panoramic photos and copying your images over to Lightroom. Then, he'll teach you processing skills with the Photomerge feature and guide you through important post-processing techniques for stitched images. Want to set your panoramas apart? You'll also discover how to use HDR and new stitching variations. Plus, you'll even find out how to link Lightroom and Photoshop® for maximum processing efficiency.


  • intermediate
  • 7 episodes
  • 2h13m

Included in this Class

1. Capturing the Scene

1. Capturing the Scene

World-class Photoshop and Lightroom specialist Jerry Courvoisier explains how to pre-visualize in the field so you can capture the perfect images for stunning panoramas. You'll learn to avoid common mistakes and discover the best ways to plan shots that recreate the scene, with or without a tripod.

2. Pre-Process Panorama Merge

2. Pre-Process Panorama Merge

Overwhelmed by organizing and paring down your panoramic images? Jerry explains how to use Adobe Lightroom's "Loupe View" to make the process quick and painless. Then, learn to use Lightroom features such as Match Exposure to merge your images with ease.

3. Image Processing for Photomerge

3. Image Processing for Photomerge

The right processing can make or break your panoramic images. In this lesson, you'll learn when and why to use spherical, perspective, and cylindrical options in Lightroom Photomerge. Plus, Jerry shares his expert tips for troubleshooting distortion, lens flare and more.

Recommended with this class

  • Any DSLR or mirrorless camera system with manual exposure modes, a smartphone or a point-and-shoot rangefinder-type camera
  • Lightroom CC (Note: Older versions will not have the Panoramic Merge or HDR options available) or Photoshop CS6 or higher
  • A sturdy, light tripod with a panorama head
  • A small bubble level