How to make architectural photos look good with Autopano by Serge Ramelli

    Serge Ramelli professional photographer located in Los Angeles (California, USA) has just published a review named: “How to make architectural photos look good with Autopano.”

    In this tutorial I will show you my entire workflow for a photo I took of the Flat Iron building in New York. These types of buildings are very high and you have to tilt your lens to catch them. I do that, but I do it taking multiple photos. I then retouch each photo individually and merge them in Autopano Pro and then double the action with another development in Lightroom.


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    It all started 6 years ago when Serge was on holidays and a designer showed him what he could do with Photoshop to enhance photos, He immediately bought the Canon 350D and did a lot of training to learn photography and retouching. Serge mainly learned from reading Scott Kelby’s books and Matt Kloskowski training over at photoshopuser.com. All that matters to him is the emotional impact… Learn photography, Lightroom & Photoshop tips by Serge Ramelli.

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    How to make architectural photos look good with Autopano by Serge Ramelli

    How to make architectural photos look good with Autopano by Serge Ramelli

    How to make architectural photos look good with Autopano by Serge Ramelli

    How to make architectural photos look good with Autopano by Serge Ramelli


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