In this Micro-Course, I show you how I typically shoot and then stitch a 2-row panorama consisting of 8 images. We have 4 images for the top row and 4 images for the bottom row to create a huge gigapixel panorama.
Most people don’t have the luxury of using a nodal rail slide or a robotic head to perform technically perfect panoramas. In this tutorial, I show you how to achieve excellent results using a camera on a tripod with a simple ball head. This tutorial contains both the ‘in-field’ experience of shooting the required frames and the Photoshop processing that pieces it all together.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this Micro-Course:
- How to overlap and level your multi-row pano frames while shooting
- How to stitch your pano frames together in Photoshop
- How to ensure your image is level in Photoshop
- How to crop in Photoshop
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