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Digital Photography 1 on 1
By Mark Wallace
July 25, 2011
Adorama Photography TV presents panoramic photography. This week Mark Wallace shows you how to take a series of photos and stitch them together into a large, seamless panoramic photo.
Mark shows you the steps needed to stitch together a sequence of photographs to make a high-resolution panorama. You'll learn how to photograph a scene for a panorama, then how to put the different images together in post-processing. Try this technique in traditional situations like landscapes but also experiment indoors for some unique views!
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Two other tips for pans: 1) Mark the beginning and end of your pan shots by taking a pic of your hand pointing right at the beginning and pointing left at the end. 2) Shoot in manual mode to avoid inconsistencies in exposure.
August 12, 2012
Your panorama is very curved. I noticed the attachment you made doesn't take into account any parallax error. The center point isn't at the body but out front depending on what lense and focal length you are using. If you wonder why vertical lines are all shifted this is why. I'm guessing but your camera body probably needs to be behind the center axis of your tripod. You can check and set this but I could never explain it in a simple e-mail.
St. Thomas on
August 20, 2011
Mark, is there a good process available to get the panorama's curved horizon line back to flat?
San Luis Obispo, CA on
August 16, 2011
Thanks - perfect timing on this
August 12, 2011
Great way to describe something that looks overwhelming.
J & L in
August 11, 2011
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