Episode 49: Creating Panoramas
You want to capture a wide-angle shot, but what if your widest lens isn’t wide enough? In this episode, Jeff and Kirk talk about creating panoramas, from the ingenious Pano mode in the iPhone’s Camera app to stitching many images from traditional cameras or drones.
Gigapixel panorama example by Will Pearson
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An example of splitting a panorama for better viewing in Instagram (click here to view the multi-image post at Instagram.com):
Here are two examples of panoramas shot at the same location using different cameras: a mirrorless Fujifilm X-T1 and an iPhone XS. The first one looks better to my eye, but also required that I haul my camera, lens, and a portable tripod on the hike. -Jeff