360 Panaramic Photography

1. Attach a string (with a weight on one end) to the end of your lens.      

2. Hold your camera up, an observe where the string touches the ground. You will take all photos with the string touching this exact part of the ground.      

3. Take the photos you need. 30-50% overlap in a full circle.

Some important things to remember:

-If you know how to set the exposure, you should keep the same exposure (and white balance) for ALL photos in the panorama.

– If you take pictures containing only sky, or only blank walls, they probably won’t fit together. Try to get “something” in each photo. This is important! – Don’t use a flash, unless you really have to.




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