- A panorama is a long photograph that encompasses a wide (or tall, if working vertically) area. There are specialty cameras that are made to capture a broad scene, but any camera can be used to produce stitched panoramas. Shooting on a tripod, shoot a series of images with some overlap that captures the area in front of you in a horizontal swath. Then use Photoshop, Lightroom, or another post processing program with panorama creating capabilities to stitch the photographs together into a high-resolution panoramic image.
Workshops Related to Panorama Definition
HDR Photography Workshop: Uinta Summit Panorama HDR | Pt.2 | Single Shot Faux HDR Processing
HDR Photography Workshop: Uinta Summit Panorama HDR | Pt.3 | Photoshop Panorama Processing
Related Articles to Panorama Definition
Lightroom Panorama Tool | Create Panoramas In A Few Simple Clicks Lightroom Panorama Tool | Create Panoramas In A Few Simple Clicks
Creating Panoramas Prior to the new Lightroom CC, I often used third-party apps or Adobe Photoshop in order to create and edit my panorama...
Let Aaron Nace guide you through producing great panoramas from how to shoot for them, and how to create and finish them up in Photoshop
Tips & Tricks
The Guide to Creating Panoramas For Your Business: Stand Out from the Pack! The Guide to Creating Panoramas For Your Business: Stand Out from...
Over the last 21 years, the art of creating visually compelling (and highly marketable) panoramic images has brought me the unique appeal I always...
Tips & Tricks
Tilt-Shift Lens Panorama Technique – How We Shot It Tilt-Shift Lens Panorama Technique – How We Shot It
In preparation for our upcoming Rokinon 24mm f/3.5 TS (tilt-shift) lens review, we've been shooting a few different types of scenes and testing...