14. Shooting panoramics

Have you ever wondered how you actually take impressive panoramic images with a series of individual images? Sometimes cameras have inbuilt panoramic settings however if you want to capture high detail take note as in this chapter you’ll learn how you can create super-sized wall art and canvases with panoramic stitching techniques whilst avoiding too much distortion and unwanted blur with some top tips from Karl.

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  1. Interesting as I go through these videos how much you use the polariser. Almost seems like a standard piece of kit, used more often than not.

  2. Wish I would have watched this last night. Got up @4:30 AM to drive to my hometown and take a Pan. Shot of an old mill damn. Only overlapped my bracketed images by 10%. Had to stitch images manually in PS cs2.

    How critical is tripod head level in shooting Pan’s? I humped a huge old video tripod to utilize ball mount to make sure head was perfectly level.

    1. Hi Donovan, the 30% overlap is more important but setting up the camera level does help but I’ve done good Panos hand held!

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