After the video about 360 degrees photoshoot I got many questions from
people asking how I edit the 360 degrees photos, so I thought I make a
short video about how I edit those photos. Maybe there are other ways to do
it, but this is my workflow and it goes rather quickly. I already opened two
photos in Photoshop. I work with Photoshop and Lightroom. First I do
everything in Photoshop. Then I export the photo and import the photo in Lightroom again
and from there I continue. So, let me show you. Here's the photo in
Photoshop and you see it's a 360 degrees photo and the first thing I do is I
click on 3D, Spherical Panorama, New Panorama Layar from Selected Layer. Click on that
and then there is your 360 degrees photo. You can just move it around however you want.
Sometimes you see in a 360 degree photo
a small dot. Here a red dot and I'm taking that out.
So I take the spot healing and it's gone. Now we go to the tripod and you see the
tripod has a shadow as well, so we have to take out both.
and it's gone. Here as well, the tripod.
A little bit more and that's it. In grass it's pretty easy. And then you
go to 3D, Spherical Panorama, Export Panorama and you choose name and
export it. That's easy. Another example. A bathroom it's bit
trickier you see it's a bit yellow, but I won't change the colours here in
Photoshop I do it in Lightroom. So again: 3D, Spherical Panorama, New Panorama...
And then here is a mirror so the camera is in the mirror, but I will take
it out. There's the tripod and we have to deal with
the shadow here as well. So first I will take out the tripod on the floor. It's a
marble floor so it already has some stains.
Okay let me go back to the move tool. There is the tripod, so now I do a little
zoom. Like that and then, like this. Make sure it's far enough and it's gone that's
easy. Then we go to the move tool again. Going down to the
other side, because now we're gonna take out this shadow. Here, like this.
Make it a little bit wider so to make sure that everything is done and it's gone.
Now again. Export panorama and you can save it, so that's easy. Then we are going
to open it in Lightroom and the same photo is open already so I go to the
basic slider. You see here that it's a little bit highlighted so I do a little
bit highlight. I lower the highlights.
Here as well.
Boost the shadows a little bit. Colours I make the sky a little darker, the grass
a little darker. That's actually it. It's very easy. Then we export it. I'll
show you. Rename it's all fine. Of course the 100%
quality. Don't resize it and we sharpen it for the screen, high, because
of course you always watch the 360 degrees virtual tours on the screen, so
then you have to sharpen for the screen. Export, then it says "give unique names", ok
Unique name. Then the one of bathroom. Of course I have to deal with
the white balance, because not good. So I pick the dropper and it's better, but
not as good as I want so I do a little bit manually. Highlights back, shadows a
little bit better. Here as well. The highlights. So now you can see there's no
highlights, there's no darks and then with this with the colour I make it a little bit
darker. So the bathroom is this colour it's a bit orangy and that's it.
Then again. Export and it's done. So let me show you the end result. First from the
back of the property.
You can have a look around here. And you see you can't see anything from the
tripod anymore. And here is the bathroom without the camera in the mirror of
course and here also you can walk around and the tripod is gone as well.
So you see it's pretty easy to do. Just use Photoshop and Lightroom, save it and you
can make your 360° tour. If you would like to see the end result of this
property. I will put a link in the description below. I hope this
information was helpful. If you can use it in your workflow give it a thumbs up
and then I thank you for watching and I see you in the next video. Bye!