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Mon, Oct 19, 2020 2:10 PM

Camera Raw: Photo Merge Bugs | Photoshop and Lightroom

Hi all,

Since Photoshop CS2 I am a passionate user of this software, mainly for photography work. One thing that I haven't seen improve much since then is the ability to stich panorama photos. In this video (https://www.dropbox.com/s/qqt5xe9o3tiyq09/Sequenz%20106.mp4?dl=0 ) you can see one of many errors that I see frequently when I am trying to merge a panorama picture. In the last few seconds of the video you can see how easily a free software like Microsoft ICE can stich those three shots.

 

@Adobe staff: please watch the video completely and check if this is a normal behaviour for photoshop/lightroom, as this happens in both camera raw and lightroom...

And please please please work on the panorama function as this is a big failure for such a powerful software.

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a month ago

Are you able to supply to us copies of the files for testing? If so we can provide context for the time it takes and determine if your experience is unusual or typical. 

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Yes of course, can you send me an e-mail adress I can use to transfer the files?

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a month ago

This three image set fails for me in Classic, Lr Desktop Camera Raw, and Photoshop using the newly release versions. 

It will merge the two top images but not the bottom-most image. Given the lack of visual alignment structures, I am not surprised. 

I've shared with the Camera Raw team because the initial processing shows 3 images then reverts to 2. 

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@Rikk

Thank you Rikk for taking care of this ! As you can see in my video, It manages to put all of them together until I press "open". Then it shows the complete picture for a split second but decides to not take the bottom one into the layer... very weird. Can you please bring Adobe Sensei to panorama Stiching? Even Microsoft ICE can stich an image like this with ease!

So often I am confronted with this problem which is why I have to edit the images, export them as png (and loose raw functionalities), stich them in ICe and then edit the pano in Camera Raw