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Digital Panoramics

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I made my first panorama on film, perhaps twenty-five years ago, when I came across a curve of the River Lea in the industrial wastelands of east London that seemed to me to beg for such treatment, as it curved around 180 degrees. Over the years I made a few more, but it was not until about a dozen years back that I really became hooked on them.
Shoot Pictures for a 360-degree Panorama by CNET
Unless you're possessed by a demon, you probably can't spin your head around to take in a 360-degree vista. But with a camera, a tripod, and
Automatic Panorama in Photoshop CS and Elements by TakeGreatPictures.com
Photomerge "automatically" stitches together 2 or more images based on similarly of colors, overlap between images, and angles. So, when you're
How to Build a Panoramic Tripod Head for $10 by Worth1000
Stitching software and digital cameras make panoramic photos far easier than ever before. However, to get the best results, you need a special
How to Shoot Breathtaking Panoramas by DCMAG.co.uk
When shooting landscapes, the results often lack impact because only part of the stunning scenes that our eyes see can be fitted into the frame.
Improving Your Scenic Shots with Panoramas by Imaging-Resource
Recently, we decided to take some afternoon shots of a lighthouse at Fort Williams State Park in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. While photographs of
Go Wide with Digital Panoramas by Oreillynet.com
Wouldn't it be great if our landscape pictures could evoke those same magnificent feelings that motivated us to record them in the first place?
Shooting Coastal Panoramas by B&H
Shooting scenics can be fun and one of the most rewarding experiences you can have using your camera. Capturing that stunning sunset or expansive
How To Stitch A Panorama with Any Camera by Shutterbug
Want to add a new dimension to your photography? Try shooting panoramic pictures -- shoot a series of two or more frames and then combine them
Shoot Pictures for a 360-degree Panorama by CNET Reviews
Unless you're possessed by a demon, you probably can't spin your head around to take in a 360-degree vista. But with a camera, a tripod, and

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