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Here’s your Photoshop and Lightroom image resizing resource guide, featuring links to articles covering most everything you could ever need to know on the topic.
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How to Get an Awesome Panoramic Photo
Taking panoramic photos is a fun and popular way to take widescreen photos of scenic landscape and architecture. The most important aspect of panoramic photo, however, is getting the best shots on camera. If you don’t take your time to set up your shots right, it will be difficult and sometimes almost impossible to fix it in post. Here is a checklist of what you should do in order to get the best panoramic shots.