Panoramas anyone?


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JimDavis

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Just wonder if anyone here tried panoramas using FZ10 or FZ20?

Sure will need stiching, but just wonder if anyone knows the technique taking such photos, even before we can talk about stiching them all together?
 

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i posted a few panorama's already actually... one of them is my sunset...

a few things to take note of when taking panorama.

1) Set to full manual (MF is optional)
2) Tripod will be useful if you're shooting lower than 1/30th of a second
3) Set your Aperture and Shutter Speed to get the best exposure levels for the panorama - you want to leave it fixed to achieve a similar exposure level throughout the picture.
4) Set your WB (U can leave it on auto if you want to)
5) Focus on your subject
6) Shoot with layers slightly overlapping each other (Do not change your settings)


here's a panorama example of mine :)

 

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Thanks to the 2 of you contributing your panoramas shots. I will try it out soon, and post it once stitches are done. :)

Of course, meanwhile we welcome all pana-snappers to contribute more on panorama shots.
 

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This is my first panaromic from the FZ10....just trying out.

Used my canon software to photo stitch as more familiar with it.....

Find it so-so....nothing spectecular

Upper Pierce Reservoir
 

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wan to ask: do u stand at 1 point and move ur camera or u move urself to get all the shot?
 

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