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Quote: Getting the manual exposure correct is usually the most demanding factor because in a typical panorama there is a wide tonal range. Just take a meter reading and do a couple of sample shots to make sure you are getting the right tonal range with detail in the highlights and the shadows.
Do you call this easy? and that's the part of the technique I understand!!
Before the days when Photoshop had built in panoramic features, I used to use a piece of software called Panorama Factory and it worked really. The only issue was the sorting out of movement between shots.
At Lulworth Cove I shot 15 upright images and produced this panorama with it...
It's fun to have a challenge every so often
Speaking of panoramas, is this for real ?
Bri, that is amazing!!! Can it really be true?
Here's a 12 shot stitcher put together in PTGui, really great, simple piece of software.
The Bosphorus Istanbul (25 portrait images) Canon 5D+50mm
thanks TTT...am going there soon...much to look forward to!
It's a bit dingy looking and not really in focus but thanks to this thread I've finally stitched together some pics I took in Edinburgh a few years back...... 5 images
Another Place, Crosby ... again, I can't remember how many shots went into these ones:
Multile [portrait] shots stitched in PTGui from Perch Rock, New Brighton.
I must do some more, forgotten how enjoyable and satisfying they can be
Sorry, uploaded the wrong one before ... this is actually the pano stitch made up from 12 portrait shots:
This was 4 landscape shots
I really do like panoramas!
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