I wrote this tutorial for those who want to learn about panoramic photography and how to photograph and stitch panoramas using a point and shoot or DSLR camera.
I know this is a long article, but extremely helpful specially for those would like to obtain high quality wide or panoramic shots... Read till the end, I am sure you can start applying the tips to obtain the desired outcome...
Simple, yet with many useful options and functions to use. If you love the challenge of creating 360 degrees or wide panoramic shots, Image Composite Editor will be one of the best programs to use. You can even upload to Microsoft Phosynth site directly where you image composite will be listed on Bing maps.
Back in the days of film cameras, creating a panoramic photograph meant either buying a particular, expensive camera or hours in the darkroom stitching images together by overlapping exposures onto the finished photo paper.
Good reference for those who would like to try panoramic photography... Full of tips and advises...
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