You are not doing anything wrong. Lightroom does not have an option to match both sides of the panorama image. You will have to use other software for that.
Isn't this something that Adobe could implement easily in a LR upgrade?
I don't think this is something very complicated for them implement,
it's just an extra stitch.
I don't think that Abobe engineers didn't hear so far about circular
Don't do people pay enough for their monthly LR subscription?
What I find frustrating is that as subscribers, the users of LR don't
have any input, they just pay blindly and they are at the mercy of
Not everything needs to be a part of Lightroom. Your subscription gives you Photoshop CC as well. Google on ‘Photoshop 360 panorama’.
This has been requested many times on https://feedback.photoshop.com (where Adobe takes suggestions) but is simply not something I would expect to see anytime soon as it is such a niche thing. I do 360 panos all the time but Lightroom is not the right piece of software for it.
Thanks everyone for your answers,
Trying to find a solution I just discovered Microsoft ICE (Image
Composite Editor) and it seems to perform very well. On top of that it
I think the development has stopped on it.
But you still can download it. Do it as long as you can
I am quite impressed how well it works.
I recommend it
The best free panorama stitcher by far is hugin. It has a very steep
learning curve though but it is by far the best and most versatile piece of