Pano Creation Issue

Encountered this problem when I rendered panorama in Camera RAW. Same issue in LR. Made edits to several photos. When I created panorama, the edits disappeared. Worse, I apparently lost the RAW tonal range, because I was not able to duplicate edits in the individual pictures with a global edit in the pano. This is a new problem. Didn't seem to experience it previously. Only solution was to open files in PS, then merge the corrected files into a panorama after saving as psd files. See attachment.

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Pano Creation Issue

Encountered this problem when I rendered panorama in Camera RAW. Same issue in LR. Made edits to several photos. When I created panorama, the edits disappeared. Worse, I apparently lost the RAW tonal range, because I was not able to duplicate edits in the individual pictures with a global edit in the pano. This is a new problem. Didn't seem to experience it previously. Only solution was to open files in PS, then merge the corrected files into a panorama after saving as psd files. See attachment.

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Re: Pano Creation Issue

Adobe Community Professional, Aug 11, 2018

[moved from Adobe Creative Cloud to Bridge]

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Re: Pano Creation Issue

Adobe Community Professional, Aug 12, 2018

I believe this is normal behavior. Camera Raw/LR will cancel corrections, so that it can match the images to each other. Once the pano is created, it should be a dng, and then you can make your corrections in ACR on that. You just want to do camera lens correction and defringing.

Moving to Camera Raw forum.

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Re: Pano Creation Issue

Adobe Community Professional, Aug 12, 2018

My experience has been that it's best to create a panorama first and then perform all the editing on the DNG that results from the creation of the panorama.

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Re: Pano Creation Issue

Thank you for the two replies. I suspected that Bridge and LR stripped out my edits when I chose the panorama setting. Appreciate that you could ratify that I wasn't imagining that behavior. But I was always able to recreate the edits in the rendered panorama. In this case, I was not. Perhaps the attached screenshots with some context can clarify. The first shows the range of correction I was able to acheive with individual edits on each segment of the pano. Note the detail I was able to recover in the highlight area by moving the slider all the way to the left.

The second screenshot (using the original frames without any settings applied) shows the rendered panorama with the highlight slider moved, again, all the way to the left. I barely has any effect. So I could not duplicate the range of correction with a global edit to the panorama as I was able to acheive with edits to the individual photo segments of the pano. In this case, it appears that the tonal range of the combined images was drastically reduced.

The third screenshot shows the result of opening the individual, edited photos in PS, then rendering the pano. I looks like, in this case, that was only way to retain the highlight detail, which wasn't possible in ACR or LR. It would be nice if this particular image could have been done entirely in CR. But I guess in this case, with this particular set of photos, it's probably not possible.

Wildfire_Pre-Render_Corrections.jpg

Wildfire_No_Pre-Render_Correction.jpg

Wildfire_Pano Created_in_PS_fm_Indiv_Files.jpg

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