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Panoramic Photography

With panoramas, you can tell your story on a wider scale. We cover everything from learning how to shoot panoramic photographs to what gear to use.

Panoramas – Storytelling on a Wider Scale

Panoramas have been around for a long time. Some of the most famous early panoramas were assembled by George N. Barnard, a photographer for the Union Army in the American Civil War in the 1860s. If your camera has a panoramic mode - use [...]

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Understanding panorama photography and parallax

Understanding how to capture all the sight How to capture the endless beauty, is one of the challenges of shooting expansive landscapes. Lens makers have provided us with wide-angle lenses, however they have their limitations. One of them being, it's another lens that you have to [...]

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How to create a panoramic photograph using the Nodal Ninja

“Elmslie Memorial United Church, Grand Cayman Islands”, Written and Photographed by Johan Deysel. The photograph is an HDR (high dynamic range), 360 degree stitched panorama. The basic process is to create a number of HDR photographs covering the entire 360 degrees of the scene, [...]

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Panorama photography

Let’s take a look at what to buy, what to do and how to go about your new wide angled adventure.   Firstly, what is panoramic photography? “A panorama (formed from Greek πᾶν “all” + ὅραμα “sight”) is any wide-angle view or representation of a [...]

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Gigapan Epic100 + Fuji X100

There are three units to choose from: The Epic, Epic100 and Epic Pro Essentially the same thing, but ranged for weight and size of the photographic gear. The Epic is meant for use on point and shoot cameras. Most of the features but much [...]

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