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Interesting Photo of the Day: M.C. Escher Stairwell
Interesting Photo of the Day: M.C. Escher Stairwell
Are you a fan of optical illusions and panoramas? Well, this picture is the best of both worlds.
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This is the Biggest Picture Ever Taken of the Andromeda Galaxy
This is the Biggest Picture Ever Taken of the Andromeda Galaxy
On January 5, 2015, ESA/NASA released the sharpest image of the Andromeda Galaxy ever made. Taken with the Hubble telescope, the image is 1.5 billion pixels in size. That’s 4.3 GB of space on your hard drive (or one DVD) just for one image. Of course, the Hubble telescope doesn’t have a sensor with that many pixels—the photo is a stitched panorama.
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This Simple Tip Will Protect You from Identity Thieves With Thermal Cameras
This Simple Tip Will Protect You from Identity Thieves With Thermal Cameras
With the continued rapid advancement of technology, new software and devices are coming out all the time that better your camera phone and allow you to take unique and high quality photos. There are apps that can take long exposures, create panoramas, edit photos, and so on.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Big Sur 360 Degree Panorama
Interesting Photo of the Day: Big Sur 360 Degree Panorama
Randy Scott Slavin, a New York based photographer and director, has created a series called Alternate Perspectives. Slavin creates otherworldly images by merging multiple shots into a stereographic projection or 360° panorama. This fantastic shot is called “Big Sur”
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Crane Operator in Shanghai Takes Photos from His Amazing Perch
Crane Operator in Shanghai Takes Photos from His Amazing Perch
Gensheng works as a crane operator in Shanghai, which affords him breathtaking views of the city. His crew is currently building the second tallest skyscraper in the world, Shanghai Tower, which dwarfs the rest of the city at 2,073 feet (632 meters). Throughout the project, Gensheng has been photographing Shanghai from his perch, and his work is stunning, offering entirely unique aerial panoramas of China’s largest metropolis.
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Freerunners Use Photography as an Excuse for Their Stunts and Get Arrested
Freerunners Use Photography as an Excuse for Their Stunts and Get Arrested
With his camera still rolling, Kingston and Mustang Wanted told the police that they were photographers, insisting they scaled the bridge to capture panoramas.
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A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Photographer
A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Photographer
Scenic fly fishing, misty mountain panoramas, wild bears trekking the riverside–this is the life of professional wildlife photographer Charles Glatzer, who gave up his job as a successful commercial photographer to found Shoot the Light by teaching and shooting nature exclusively.
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Interesting Photo of the Day Night Landscape Blend of Two Five-shot Panoramas
Interesting Photo of the Day Night Landscape Blend of Two Five-shot Panoramas
Summers explained that this shot is actually “a blend of two five-shot panoramas” taken in the same location at different times of the day. In other words, this is a composite shot, a photograph created by superimposing two or more separate photos into one image.
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Using HDR Photography for Panoramas and 360 Virtual Tours
Using HDR Photography for Panoramas and 360 Virtual Tours
High dynamic range (or HDR) photography is a technique that allows a photographer to take the same image at different exposures and then blend them together to produce one image that features the best exposed parts from each of the images. For a virtual tour this is particularly useful, as most virtual tours rely on a 360 degree perspective.
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Types of Panoramic Photography
Types of Panoramic Photography
Panoramic Photography can be classified into 3 types: the cylindrical, spherical and planar panoramas. And the cylindrical panorama includes inner-cylinder and outer-cylinder panorama.
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Adobe Lightroom 3: Stitching Panoramas
Adobe Lightroom 3: Stitching Panoramas
While Lightroom doesn't offer the ability to assemble composite panoramas on its own, it can put Photoshop to use to complete the task. This lesson will show you how.
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How to Shoot Panorama Landscape With Digital Camera
How to Shoot Panorama Landscape With Digital Camera
Learn how to make extremely beautiful panorama photos of nature with your regular digital camera.
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How to Capture and Stitch Panoramas
How to Capture and Stitch Panoramas
Capturing and creating panoramas can be as easy as following three simple steps or can become a nightmare if done wrong. This article offers some tips and recommendations on how to create great panoramic photos.
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Photographing Panoramas
Photographing Panoramas
Panoramic photography is a great way of capturing a vast scene. All it involves is taking multiple sequenced photos of a setting and then stitching them together to create a single, seamless and expansive photograph. In this guide you’ll learn a few tips on photographing panoramas, such as photographing in portrait, as well as how to stitch them together using photoshop.
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8 Tips for Shooting Panoramas
8 Tips for Shooting Panoramas
Panoramic photos offers a unique perspective to your photos, and is one that can easily be acheived in this digital age with tools such as Adobe Photoshop. Although Photoshop does a lot of the work for you, you do have to pay careful attention to the shots you take out in the field as this has a dramatic impact on how well the computer stitches together. Thankfully, ComposeClickEdit has prepared a nice list of quick tips that will help you produce some stunning results.
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