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Thread: How to take photos using handhelp to be used for stitching later

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    Default Re: How to take photos using handhelp to be used for stitching later

    Quote Originally Posted by bent View Post
    hi, if i use M setting, do i still need to do focus lock?

    i can just turn the tripod head right?

    wat focal length to u recommend? and does taking vertical shots help?

    thanks
    m setting locks the exposure (cos u have to set it urself), but focus lock is a diff button (for nikon it says AE/AF, dunno abt canon)

    another method is using manual focus; when u turn the tripod make sure its only turning horizontally

    any focal length will do, depending on how much u want to capture, ive got panos at 12mm and past 50mm too

    vertical shots gets u larger image sizes, if u wan to print bigger of sth at better resolution
    cheers

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    Default Re: How to take photos using handhelp to be used for stitching later

    which produces more consistent exposure?

    M setting or focus lock?

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