Lightroom series part 25: How to merge a raw panorama in Lightroom

Lightroom tutorial panorama stitching
(Image credit: Sean McCormack)

The vista is laid out before you. Your initial photos show that either you can’t capture the scene in one photo – or if you can, it’s kinda small, and there’s a lot of that boring sky. You could crop the sky out after, but then you’ll lose the quality you need for a decent print. You know it’s time for a panorama – so you shoot a sequence of overlapping shots to edit later.

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Sean McCormack

Sean McCormack is a commercial, and editorial photographer, book author, and regular contributor to Digital Camera magazine based in Galway, Ireland. He has extensive experience with Lightroom, dating back to its original beta version, and has tried out just about every plugin and preset available. His latest book is Essential Development 3: 25 Tips for Lightroom Classic’s Develop Module