Panorama Stitching In ON1 Photo RAW

Panorama Stitching In ON1 Photo RAW

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Panorama stitching is built right into the Browse module of ON1 Photo RAW. However, before you dive into the stitch, check a couple of things in your exposures. I’ll show you my process in this video.

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  1. Prof Mary on October 5, 2021 at 8:13 am

    Scott, very nice pano with great clouds and color. I have a request for a future video: how to do sky replacement in On1 with water in the foreground? I figure it involves flipping the sky but I would like to see you do a video on that. Thanks and stay safe.

  2. Norman David on October 5, 2021 at 8:24 am

    Panorama stitching in ON1 Photo RAW 2020 is really a pain. It takes 5 times longer to stitch a panorama compared to Lightroom 6.14. I have allocated all possible resources in preferences. Very disappointed, I was looking for a Lightroom replacement.

  3. Susan McLauchlan on October 5, 2021 at 8:30 am

    Thanks Scott, very helpful.

  4. Fred Flett on October 5, 2021 at 8:37 am

    Why does the Pano facility in ON1 Photo Raw change the original RAW image files to another format such as PSD ? There doesn’t seem to be a selection to keep the original file format. This being the case it would seem that you can lose the ability to adjust the tonal quality properly as you can with processing in LightRoom. I would like to see if the tonal adjustments – as well as the wb and lens correction could be sync’d across all the images before hitting the Pano button in ON1 to see if the results are the same as a LightRoom Pano post processed file after the Pano operation is executed. Any thoughts ?

  5. Alias Jim Wirth on October 5, 2021 at 8:53 am

    I did a search earlier on how to do panos in ON1. This video was the first link I chose to click on. I am so glad I did. Using what you instruct here, I made my first two successful panos ever. So, thank you very much, Mr. Davenport! Thank you for taking the time to make and post this video. Clear, straightforward and easy to follow.

  6. Matt.Cook.Oregon on October 5, 2021 at 8:55 am

    Nice dude. I always used to do this manually in photoshop. Now I use a very easy program called Microsoft ICE. ICE looks a lot like the feature you are using. One cool thing it can do is make a panorama from a video.

  7. MyLifeFrAiur on October 5, 2021 at 9:03 am

    nice tutorial, thanks

  8. TheUnifiedField on October 5, 2021 at 9:08 am

    Hi Scott, thanks for your tutorial. Very clear and really easy to follow. I’m currently looking to replace Lightroom. I’m using Luminar AI and Affinity photo, which are great for single images but feel I need more of a workhorse for weddings and corporate shoots. I’ve also tried Exposure X6 which seems a bit slow and laggy. Capture One is great but expensive and I wanted to steer clear of subscriptions. Would you say On1 was a good all-’round alternative? Or would you recommend any others? Thanks!

  9. Ron Paulk on October 5, 2021 at 9:12 am

    I have been shooting and stitching panos for a long time. Now it is certainly much easier and faster with good if not better results. I like that LR has it build in and keeps the stiched file as a RAW (DNG) file. With the stitched RAW file it maintains the latitude to post-process unlike Tiff, PSD, etc..I have revisited most of my past panos and redone them with these updated methods.

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