Capture incredible panoramic vistas with Skylum Luminar Neo

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(Image credit: Skylum/ Serge Ramelli)

As a landscape photographer, I often think back to the days when creating panoramas was difficult. Just a few short years ago, the procedure for creating stunning wide-angle images of amazing locations was unthinkably laborious by today’s standards. A tripod was an absolute necessity for all shots, as it was critical to keep the camera perfectly level as you panned across the scene. 

Secondly, you had to make sure you overlapped each photo segment by at least 20% if you were to have any hope of your software managing to properly stitch them all together. Shooting with filters was also a bit of a nightmare, since ND grad filters, used to balance the exposure of the shot, often caused blending failures and strange brightness inconsistencies.  


Skylum is a global imaging technology company dedicated to revolutionising the world of photo editing and creative tools. Its core product, Luminar Neo, empowers photographers of all skill levels to unleash their creativity and transform their visions into reality with advanced AI-based technologies while providing the artist with complete control over the final result. Skylum has won the Red Dot Award, Apple’s Best of Year, and Best Imaging Software by TIPA and EISA, as well as several other top industry awards

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Peter Fenech

As the Editor for  Digital Photographer magazine, Peter is a specialist in camera tutorials and creative projects to help you get the most out of your camera, lens, tripod, filters, gimbal, lighting and other imaging equipment.

After cutting his teeth working in retail for camera specialists like Jessops, he has spent 11 years as a photography journalist and freelance writer – and he is a Getty Images-registered photographer, to boot.

No matter what you want to shoot, Peter can help you sharpen your skills and elevate your ability, whether it’s taking portraits, capturing landscapes, shooting architecture, creating macro and still life, photographing action… he can help you learn and improve.