Yesterday I took a panorama shot of a building near the Cedars station in downtown Dallas. When I got home I used Adobe Lightroom to stitch the photos together and did what I could to correct the image.
It’s not that good. The sky is blown out, it isn’t that sharp, and there is actually a piece of the picture missing in the upper right corner. This morning I took it into Photoshop to do corrections. I restitched the pictures together using Photoshop’s panorama tool. Corrected the exposure so that the building looked right and the sky wasn’t washed out. Then, I added in some sharpness. Overall, I’m very happy with the second attempt at this picture. Sometimes you just have to use the right tool for the job.