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    Re: How to Take Panaromic Picture?

    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    Really? It's not uncommon these days...



    From this Olympus website.

    .....
    Ah so, thanks. Live and learn. I suppose they are seeking more marketing features.


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    Re: How to Take Panaromic Picture?

    Quote Originally Posted by WayneF View Post
    I cannot imagine any camera can implement a Panorama mode that aligns and assembles multiple frames.

    The Panorama mode in the APS film cameras was just the same old picture, simply seriously cropped at top and bottom to make the remainder be long and thin. You can do that to any image in your photo editor.

    Main rule for panoramas. Set all automation off. Auto focus, auto exposure, auto ISO, all off. You don't want any changes as you go frame to frame.
    Quite a few of the point and shoots do it. We have an old Kodak digital that will do it. My iPhone does a great job with panoramas. Of course I like doing mine with one of my Nikons and Photoshop better.

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  3. #13
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    Re: How to Take Panoramic Picture?

    I have had several point and shoots that did quite well. I use ICE now and it is fairly quick and easy.
    Dave

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  4. #14
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    Re: How to Take Panoramic Picture?

    How to Take Panoramic Picture?
    This guy's tube video was very helpful to me. I think along with the articles other have mention it should help you get the picture!


    Last edited by Nathan Lanni; 11-19-2013 at 05:20 PM.

  5. #15
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    Re: How to Take Panoramic Picture?

    Dave W is the freaky one when it comes to panoramas. He does HDR panoramas with 7 frames with 3 exposures each. But he is just a showoff

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  6. #16
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    Re: How to Take Panoramic Picture?

    While it can be beneficial to use a tripod, don't miss an opportunity just because your sticks aren't available. Of course in low light situations you're at the mercy of physics. I use the gridlines in my viewfinder to establish the overlap points. Also, for many purposes it makes sense to use a normal or longer focal length - wide angle can introduce some perspective problems. Interesting tips here highendbeautyretouching.com/blog/fashion/panorama-photography-tips.html
    Last edited by Mari V; 06-07-2018 at 07:56 AM.





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