Professional 360 Photo Editing in Photoshop & Lightroom 2020 – Edge Aware Seamless Workflow

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Do you create or want to create a professional-looking 360 Virtual Tour that stands out from the crowd? Then you will need to master this edge aware 360 photo …

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  1. Do you think it is NOT possible to create a professional-looking Virtual Tour with the Ricoh Theta Z1 360 camera? I would really appreciate your feedback on this. Thank you in advance.

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  2. Great tutorial. Unfortunately I have been using Affinity Photo to edit my 360 photos and the results is "seamless" without needing healing brush, I can't do that in PS, the layer is still destructive

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  3. Great tutorial, i take images for Google street view as a hobby, after 4 million views, i realised my images doesn’t look professional and not sharp. This would improve my photos and im going to upgrade to a Insta360 one R which does RAW.
    Thanks and Subbed!

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  4. I recently used my drone to take shots to form 360-degree panoramas. I watched Mr. Hou's video on the function of Camera Raw 11.4 to avoid stitch line resulting from editing the panorama with Camera Raw. I opened my panorama, in tiff format, in Adobe Bridge, which then enables opening it as smart object in Photoshop, that is, through Camera Raw. Unfortunately, after editing in Camera Raw and opening it as object, a vertical stitch line still appears in the middle, as can be seen by the lens filter — offset. Could anyone please suggest any reason why the Camera Raw fails to avoid the stitch line now?

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  5. Anne Sophie Maestracci · Edit

    Great tuto, how do end up working with a "flat" image from a dual fisheye plugin taken with a Z1, instead of the dual spherical _HDR from the camera? thx

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  6. Bravo! A true genuine guru truly openly shares his workflow and secret of professional editing step-by-step (express). Many others tutorials out there just touch the surface and ignored many of their workflows create lots of problems such as none usable noises…

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  7. merging down my layer for tripod removal does not work. Using PS v21; any idea what I am doing wrong? If I merge the layers together the initial layer is no more the 3D layer and the option to export as panorama is gone.

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  8. I'm running Photoshop 21.2.0 and when I try to merge my layer down after removing the tripod I get a message about a texture layer and it would let me merge. Am I doing something wrong?

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  9. really thanks for the extra tip.. i have been struggling to find an easier solution to this as my camera's gyro is behaving odd … thanks for the tip. really helpful..

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  10. Thanks for the tutorial man. I'm coming across a problem though. Whenever I try to create a new Spherical Panorama in PS, it makes the 360 pano, but the image immediately loses a lot of detail, colour and brightness. And then when I try to export it after I remove the tripod, the "Export panorama…" option is greyed out so I can't choose it.

    What am I doing wrong?

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  11. Thanks Hugh, all worked well with the exception of the tripod removal. After copying to new layer and spot healing after I select merge down I get an error message of 'Could not edit the texture(s) directly. Please open the texture(s) and choose an editable target layer to proceed'. With two option buttons 'Continue' which just takes me back and 'Change texture target' which opens project in another tab. Thanks…

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  12. amazing tutorial. Now, once I export 3D thru photoshop the quality of JPEG is very low. I need to be JPEG, but higer hes. Can I "go back" from 3D and have it as 2D image so I can save in the format I want? I feel once you go to 3D mode you are stuck in there and it should be the very last step. Is there a way?

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  13. Thanks for the incredible tutorial! This isn't working for me in Photoshop with 16bit TIFFs I stitched from the Insta360 Pro 1 in Mistika VR. I'm still seeing the edge line… Everything else is up to date. Are you sure it works on TIFFs as well as DNGs? Or just raw DNGs?

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  14. I'm doing it but when I arrive to the "New panorama layer from selected Layers" the image turns completely black. The 3D arrows and everyting makes movement if I try to move the image but everything is black. Can you help me? Thanks! PS: Excellent tutorial!

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  15. HI Hugh… Great tutorial(S) on your channel… Thanks so much…

    I tried the edge aware editing but ended up with a SINGLE PIXEL LINE when viewing in Phtotoshop>3D>Spherical Panorama …Right up the stitch line of the pano 🙁

    I tried both:
    1. opening a DNG file, then creating a 3D>Spherical Panorama>New Panoramic Layer from selected Layer &…
    2. opening the DNG with 3D>Spherical Panorama>Import Panoramic
    … by the way… What's the difference between these two? Is it that (1) allows for RAW adjustments beforehand? 
    Can RAW adjustments be done AFTER when working in Spherical Pano mode?

    If i opened using (1) the RAW file without any RAW adjustments though, NO SINGLE PIXEL LINE… what's going on???

    I"m using: PS 2018 + ACR 12.2 + MacOS High Sierra + MiSphere DNG

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  16. Thanks once gain for a very good tutorial. so this happens automatically? does it recognize a panoramic photo? I am puzzled on how does it now to make edges blend or not. note that on 15:11 you can work non-destructively if you go inside the panorama, create a blank layer, save, go back, now you can work right on the panormaic layer, use the healing brush/clone or whatever and it will be saved on the blank layer inside….

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  17. I'd minimalize the noise/sharpen in RAW edit (turn detail setting to lowest too) and duplicate layer/smart sharpen instead… then make it a luminosity layer.. flatten/save… MHO 🙂

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  18. Hello Hugh… I've somewhat backed away from using my One X and Misphere for virtual tours ever since I discovered the Canon 5d mark IV. As you know, a DSLR workflow is more time consuming but much better quality. Do you shoot with a DSLR camera? I've searched through your videos but can't find anything that might help me optimize or change my current workflow. I have been using Enfuse to merge bracketed images and PTGui for stitching, but it uses up gigs of hard drive space, especially when I'm including drone footage. It's tempting to go back to a 360 camera to speed up the process, but can't justify buying something like the Insta Pro 2 or similar. Appreciate any suggestions. Roy

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  19. Hi Hugh, love your videos! 360vr is sometimes a complicated topic, but thanx of you I understand the most of it! Your are a 360guru!
    I have a question: When I take a bracket series of 3 photos in RAW with my Insta one X ( EV-2, EV 0 and EV+2 ) and I stich them in instastudio 2019 and then I merge them to HDR in Lightroom
    I get a sort of ghosting a the edges. Has this phenomenon to do with the flowstate stabilisation in the Insta One X or with the automatic stabilisation in insta360 studio?
    When I stitch my fisheye photos from the insta360 oneX in PTgui and then merge to HDR in LR I don't get that effect. I have only a trial on PTgui so i dont want to buy it if it is possible in insta360studio.

    Or am I doing something else wrong in my workflow?

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