Taking panoramic photos used to involve hours in a dark room, stitching images together and overlapping exposures. With digital technology today, it’s much easier to create panoramics. Some general guidelines to follow when taking panoramic photographs is to use the settings on your camera. Also, overlap often – by 30% or sometimes more each time.
Keep the camera level when taking the shots, as it will be easier to overlap. Watch for movement that could mess up the overall scene. Look everywhere for the best shots, not just from left to right.
I love panoramics because of all the detail you can get into them, and how you can see so much more than just what’s in a single picture.
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