Panoramic Photos - How to?

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  1. GeorgeUK

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    Seen a couple in the galleries and they look impressive. :)

    Is there any particular way of doing them so they come out well or is it simply multiple shot just stitiched together? If so, how does one maintain the exposure to be exactly the same between shots etc?

    Any advice welcome.

    Thanks. :thumbup:
     
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    That's great, thank you very much. :)
     
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    Also try searching. This exact same question was asked within the last few weeks.
     
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    to be honest the best thing ever for panoramic images is canon PhotoStitch that came with my 400D, just a case of choosing the photos from your comp and watching it stitch them together, most times it comes out perfectly, sometimes there might be a need for some editing that can be done on PS
     
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    The link complicates things a little.

    For me it was as simple as taking exposures that overlap in manual mode, then I let photoshop stich them. I just fixed up the stiches a bit and I was good to go. (of course I had other PP to make the shot look better, but I was done with the panorama process I mean)
     

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