In Go Wider with Panoramic Photography, author and photographer Scott Wyden Kivowitz shares his insights and offers techniques for creating segmented panoramic photography, which involves manually capturing a single row of photographs and combining them into a panorama. Youall develop the skills that go into making panoramic photographs, from setup to capture and postprocessing. Along the way, youall pick up important tips on stitching and editing that will help you make great panoramic photographsaand have fun, too! Follow along with Scott and you will: Learn everything you need to get started creating great panoramic shotsafrom essential equipment like tripods and filters to the right exposure settings to capture the scene. Explore techniques for making the frames for your shots, including setting up your tripod, leveling the camera, adjusting space between frames, and composing your images. Walk through the process of editing a panoramic shot, learning how to stitch your images together, make image adjustments, and more.Exposure method. Set the exposure method to manual mode whenever possible. Ifyou do not fully ... frames and final photograph. If you choose toshoot in JPG mode, thenkeepin mind thatyou are dramatically limiting yourediting capabilities.
|Title||:||Go Wider with Panoramic Photography|
|Author||:||Scott Wyden Kivowitz|
|Publisher||:||Peachpit Press - 2014-05-05|