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Panorama Workflow for Bridge?

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Nov 10, 2022 Nov 10, 2022

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Hey, 

 

is there someone that figured out a way to make a panorama workflow in Bridge? 

It would be so great if we could select the images and directly start the stitching process. 

 

Any advice appreciated

 

thanxs Peter 

 

(and I would like to go from bridge>stitch>gradeCamera RAW>PS in one go) 

Camera Raw could have an action like : select sky > S Curve > reverse S curve > hole picture contrast and open in PS) 

 

 

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Hallo, I am not sure if you are aware that it is possible to stitch and HDR at the same time in Camera Raw itself?

https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/using/create-panoramas.html

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Hi, 

 

yes I know  but than you need to have HDR Material as far as I know. 

I missed that chance. 

 

thnx

 

 

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the whole world belongs to you.

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You can do this in ACR. It doesn't make a difference if you're working with raw images or DNG images (or jpg or tif images for that matter).

 

From Bridge, select the images that make up the panorama, and open them in ACR. 

 

Next, select all of the and clicking on the ellipses and select Merge to Panorama.

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After you've done that, assuming that you reserve about 30% of overlap for best results), a new window will pop up. From here you can select which Projection is best for your image (note: if you are too close to your subject, the Perspective option may not work and you need to use either one of the other two).

 

Boundary Warp will warp your image to fill in missing areas but also bend and tweak the image. You may or may not like. Fill Edges makes up pixels to fill the checkerboard empty regions. Apply Auto means that when the image opens in ACR, all of the options from Auto will have self-adjusted for you to fine-tune. Auto-Crop will crop off any invisible sections. 

 

Whatever image format you started with you will end up with. DNG -> DNG, JPG ->JPG, etc.

 

Hope that helps

 

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