Got out yesterday to a familiar location but thought I would try some new techniques. I just started working on this 18 shot hand held pano. It wasn't perfect as you can see I missed a couple area's in the corners but nothing that Photoshop's "content aware" feature can't handle. I used my Sony a6000 with a 32mm lens to get a highly detailed wide angle shot. The 32mm zoom also brings the background closer than a normal wide angle lens would giving it much more impact. If you don't have a powerful computer you may not want to try this because it takes up a ton of resources during processing. I'll post the resulting image here in a bit. Happy Saturday!


charmychelle: I just know that it’s going to end up looking amazing but it’s also great to see how you process it. Great work! πŸ‘ Happy Saturday!

Posted: 2017 Nov 25 2:57:36 PM

ruchita_b_: Happy Saturday.. πŸ™ŒπŸ˜πŸ˜Ž

Posted: 2017 Nov 25 3:10:08 PM

jjanner: One benefit of all those processing cycles in the winter is your computer also serves as a room heater.

Posted: 2017 Nov 25 3:29:06 PM

buzohippo: This looks like a rocket science for me 😲 Great job, Jerry!

Posted: 2017 Nov 25 8:31:01 PM

ttomzz: ...incredible result and like Charmy said, just seeing the work flow is damned amazing!!! Fine work...😎

Posted: 2017 Nov 25 10:05:19 PM

mariacarmen: Haha, you just gave me a very good idea, in case my computer can not save my file or it's too slow, I thought I'd take the Shot from my pc, Hehe, tadaaaaaaa !!πŸ“± 32 mm is good πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ I liked the detail.. Happy hippie Saturday πŸ™Œ

Posted: 2017 Nov 26 2:30:41 AM

_alessandro_: incredible technique! You made a really great picture! Thank you for sharing your experience!πŸ‘Œ

Posted: 2017 Nov 26 11:18:23 PM

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