Merging multiple images to create a panorama in Adobe Camera Raw

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Posted on 09-29-2015


  • By JIM hAYES - 7:08 AM on September 29, 2015  

    This post and the one before have links to the introduction of your Lynda course, not the lesson you mentioned.

    • By Julieanne Kost - 10:07 AM on October 2, 2015  

      Depending on the browser, you might have to scroll down the page to get to the video.

  • By Richard Ayres - 10:22 AM on September 30, 2015  

    Most panos are taken from a fixed position by rotating the camera. I am trying to photograph a long urban wall mural by moving the camera position incrementally to the right to allow overlap of each image. The mural is on a wall adjacent to a 5 ft sidewalk cluttered with poles, guy wires, parked cars, and traffic control equipment, so there is no room to move back to a better position. Neither Photoshop nor Lightroom have a provision for this type of merge to panorama. All attempts have resulted in a skewed or warped pano. Lightroom stops with the warning “Unable to estimate camera motion to build panorama”, because there was no camera motion. Any ideas?