Retouching a Panorama Commercial Interior

Retouching a Panorama Commercial Interior – BTS Timelapse – Trent Bell Photography The process behind retouching a panorama commercial interior is a lot more detailed then editing a single un-stitched image.  This method makes for a great image but also requires a bit more work in post production (especially with added strobes).   The new panorama feature in Lightroom is nice but it is completely useless when in comes to building up layers in Photoshop.  The Lightroom process relies to much on automation and doesn’t give enough control over how the image should be processed.  Luckily there is still the ability within Lightroom to export images to Photoshop where they can then be combined as panoramas (much more control).  This method is a lot more predictable when stacking layers and ensuring they line up correctly. Post Production Once we had 4-5 different (panorama, natural light) exposures stacked together in Photoshop we began constructing our base image.  There were a few areas that didn’t quite line up but we handled this with a little retouching.  After we had our base image completed we started adding in strobe layers.  To accomplish this we dropped a single strobe layer on the base panorama layer […]

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