Browsing Posts in Panoramic Photography

    There are times, as a photographer, that you come across a view that is simply too majestic for you to take in. It might be a placid lake or an expansive view of a naturally made chasm such as the Grand Canyon. Whatever it may be, you just know one thing: you have to capture that scene right then and there. The problem with most scenery is that it is too wide for you to frame. You’d like to capture a part o
    So you’ve already decided that you do want to create a panorama. You’ve already decided on capturing that mountain range that your state has or going up to a very tall building to capture that city skyline that you’ve always wanted to shoot. You’ve decided to read up on how to take panoramas and you’re all excited to shoot your first one. What’s next? This article will show you
    Now that you are well-equipped for taking panoramic pictures because you already have all of your gear in place, you are now ready to venture out into that sweet nature spot or that high-rise building that you’ve always eyed ever since. You have decided that the moment is now and you are sure that you’re going to get a good panorama the moment you’re there. However, you might want to learn a thi

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