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What Camera To Use And How To Shoot Your First Panorama

Posted by Jan Vrsinsky on

The good news for beginners is – any camera will do. Even a point-and-shoot camera. Even a phone. You don’t need any special equipment, you don’t need a tripod or anything else. An honest thing to add here is that with the right tools and practices you will take better panoramas in shorter time and with less errors. Try it right now The secret of 360° photography lies in simply taking multiple overlapping photos and stitching them together. There is really nothing else to it. No matter what your equipment is, try to take some overlapping photos right now. Do...

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Three different kinds of panoramas: Partial, 360-degree and Spherical

Posted by Jan Vrsinsky on

In general there are three different kind of panoramic photos. 1. You already know partial panoramas from landscape photography and from various point-and-shoot camera panorama modes and even mobile phone apps. Essentially they are wide angle views created by joining multiple pictures together. This kind of wide angle perspective couldn’t be created with a single shot. Partial panorama example - this photo captures approximately 180 degrees (Yaxchilan, Mexico – author Jan Vrsinsky) 2. 360° panoramas a more advanced since they capture the whole field of view around you in all directions. The most simple explanation of how they are created is that you start...

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