Tag Archive | "Panorama"

Grand Tetons Landscape, HDR Stitched Panorama

Friday, June 18, 2010

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Grand Tetons Landscape, HDR Stitched Panorama

I am not much of a landscape photographer, I tend to concentrate more on wildlife, but sometimes the landscape is so majestic, as it is in the Grand Tetons, that it is hard to make a bad image. I made this image (MAKE SURE to click on it to enlarge it) last week during my […]

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Photomerge in Photoshop

Friday, March 19, 2010

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Photomerge in Photoshop

  PhotoMerge in Photoshop offers many creative options for photographers. Below are examples of recent images of mine using PhotoMerge. I’ll discuss my approach for each image, and hopefully you will get some ideas for your own photography. Several years ago, I found myself in nearby Yosemite Valley after a snowstorm. The fresh snow and […]

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Shooting for a panorama

Monday, February 8, 2010

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Shooting for a panorama

  Sometimes your wide-angle lens just isn’t wide enough, or you want that sunset or that cityscape panorama without the distortion caused by an extremely wide-angle lens. After much trial-and-error, along with many suggestions from others, here is a list of tips for shooting for and creating a great panorama. Set your exposure and autofocus […]

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Stitching Together Your Panoramas using Lightroom and Bridge/Photoshop

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

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Stitching of panoramas can be a tricky and confusing, but it does not have to be. You may have seen my previous post titled, Basic Stitched Panorama Guidelines which outlined the steps needed to capture images ready for stitching. In this screencast I show you, step by step how to stitch those images together using […]

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Basic Stitched Panorama Guidelines

Thursday, December 31, 2009

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Basic Stitched Panorama Guidelines

The stitched panorama is an excellent tool to have at your disposal for several reasons. Whether you need to boost megapixels or capture a scene beyond your lens’ field of view the following guidelines will help you build a solid workflow. Camera Setup Constant White Balance You may use AWB but before the components are […]

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