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One of our favourite effects is a digital version of Michael Orton’s method of creating images with a dreamy atmosphere. Put to great use by many film photographers, it lives on in the digital age and is easy to apply. To see some examples, check out our Orton Technique collection here.

NOTE This article assumes that the image has been fully processed to include correct colour, sharpness etc. This article is accurate as of Adobe Photoshop CC 2019.

Panoramas can be easily created in both Photoshop and Lightroom. The process in Photoshop is slightly more complex but offers greater control over the final result. Unlike Lightroom, Photoshop cannot stitch RAW files and will require your images to be in JPG format.

NOTE This article is accurate as of Adobe Photoshop CC 2018.