Create Stunning Panoramas with Photoshop & Luminar Neo

Get ready to create stunning panorama shots like a pro! In this video, I’m going to show you how to use the latest editing tools in Luminar Neo and Photoshop for creating beautiful panorama images with ease. See how you can make your photos look like they were taken by a professional photographer in just a few clicks!

Editing workflow

Creating a Panorama is a three-step process. First you´ll need to go out and shoot the photos, next you will need a panorama stitching software to build the panorama and finally you will have to crop and retouch your panorama to the desired style.

In this case I am using Lightroom as my “photo organizer” and as the interface between Photoshop and Luminar Neo. In Photoshop I will use the “Photomerge” tool to have PS AI analyze and process the panorama output. When Photoshop is done I save the photo back to Lightroom and edit/retouch the panorama in Luminar Neo.

The main reason I use Lightroom as the “middleman” is because it is easy for me to have Raw, panorama output and retouched panorama in one place. But you could use your current photo processing software as the “main character” in my opinion is the final retouching software, that in my case is Luminar Neo.

If you don´t own Lightroom or Photoshop but have Luminar Neo, you can still create your Panaroma using the open source program Hugin. I haven´t used it yet, but I have seen tutorials in Youtube and it seems to be a good software with good reviews. Here is the link if you want to check HUGIN:


  • Lens Corrections: Tick Remove Chromatic Aberration and Enable Profile Corrections
  • Basic: Change WB (White Balance) to “Cloudy”.
  • Edit In: Select “Merge to Panorama in Photoshop”.


  • Photomerge: Make sure Layout is set to “Auto”.
  • Crop: Crop image to your liking and Content-Aware fill empty spots.
  • Save: Save back to Lightroom.

Luminar Neo:

  • Sky AI: Replaced Sky and adjusted Scene relighting.
  • Structure AI: Used to apply AI based sharpening, depth and contrast.
  • Mood: Applied Cinematic “Long Beach” LUT.
  • Sun Rays: Added AI based sun rays and adjusted color and tone.
  • Develop: Added “linear gradient” masks at top and bottom to create a vignette.
  • Apply: Saved back to Ligthroom.

Below you could see the before and after:

RAW Panorama image before retouching
Panorama edited in Luminar Neo

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Until the next straight to the point tutorial!



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