Panorama Post-Processing for that wide angle look – Part 2

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Ok, for the rest of the story, er process…  I created a video that shows 3 panorama post-processing methods I use on my image(s) to end up with that wide-angle view.   For some reason, I love this type of image.   I think it is because I see that way,  I happen to have a very wide view of the world.  I don’t miss much!   It can be a bit distracting, but hey!, it has worked for me in my photography!   These panoramas of the world are my favorite images to print, especially on metal!

Panorama Post-Processing – Devil’s Golf Course, Death Valley, California

The above image was taken with a Nikon D810 and a Nikon 16-35mm lens.  I hand-held the camera in Portrait position and shot 10 images that overlapped about 20%.

Panorama Post-Processing – Nubble Lighthouse, Maine

The above image was taken with the Nikon D810 and the Nikon 24-70mm lens.  I hand-held the camera in Portrait position and shot 41 images that overlapped about 20%.  Since ocean images are so hard for panorama programs to handle, I cut this back to 12 images to create the view.   It is better to have too many images than not enough, so I usually go beyond what I think I will want in the finished image.

Please take a look at the video tutorial below.  There are many ways to do your panorama post-processing.   I use Lightroom and Photoshop to show you the methods I prefer.

https://youtu.be/SFH4AOt4LWc

I am sure you will enjoy adding panorama shooting (Part 1) and panorama post-processing to your travel photography repertoire.

Let me know if you have any questions in the comments section below.

That is all for now.

Lynn


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