Wildlife Photographer Brendon Cremer shows us Stitching in Lightroom

25 Apr 2016

Wildlife Photographer Brendon Cremer shows us how to stitch together composites, step-by-step, using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

Photography is just about as unpredictable as life in general.  Sometimes you see the image you want to capture but you’re stuck with the wrong lens on the camera.  So, you’ve got one of two choices, leave it on and make do with what you’ve got or you can try and swop lenses just to miss the shot.

Brendon Cremer shows us that even with a lens that will generally ‘not work’, you can still make the shot work with composite images by simply stitching them together in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

About the Author:

Brendon Cremer is a wildlife photographer and specialist photographic safari guide. Brendon leads photo safaris, workshops and tours especially designed for photographers of all levels! The success of a Photographic Safari, Workshop or Tour is of the utmost importance and this is governed by many factors but the most important, being in the right place at the right time to capture that dream shot. Spending quality time in the field at some of Africa's Premier wildlife locations and going home with some mind blowingly exceptional images. "Being a professional wildlife photographer, photographic guide and a highly experienced safari guide myself, I know what you the photographer are after, therefore i can help make sure that your photo safari, workshop or tour is a photographic adventure of a lifetime and that you return home with not only exceptional images but also a new admiration for Africa and its wildlife."

One Comment

  1. Susan 26 Apr 2016 at 8:02 pm - Reply

    This is great for me to see how it is done, Thanks

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