How to photograph Panoramas – Complete guide

How to photograph Panoramas - Complete guide

In this video, I show you How to photograph Panoramas in your Landscapes. It's a complete guide to help you create stunning Pano's every time!

How to photograph Panoramas - Complete guide

Complete guide to photographing Panoramas

This is a "HOW TO" guide to ensure you create perfect Landscape Panoramas effortlessly. I break down the elements in a simple-to-understand format. Easy as 123 you might say!


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This guide is more like a checklist as I explain in great detail how to shoot perfect panoramas every time in the video above.

STEP 1 (TRIPOD)

  • Ensure your Tripod (not head) is level
    I do this by using a level on my tripod
  • Turn your camera to portrait orientation
    Always shoot panos in portrait orientation. This will ensure you achieve an image with depth (tall image)
  • Ensure your camera is level on your tripod
    I do this by using the level built into my camera

Step 2 (SHOOTING MODE)

  • Set your camera to manual
    Ensure your exposure is correct. Use your light meter and/or histogram
    Adviseable settings F11 - ISO100 - then adjust your shutter speed to ensure correct exposure
  • Focus your camera
    I usually focus a third of the way into the frame.
    Then switch your focus to manual

Shoot

  • Compose your image. It's still advisable to stick with "Rules of Thirds"
  • Shoot wider at the start and finish
    You can always choose the best crop in post-production
  • Ensure you overlap your images by at least a third

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My advice to you is to simply watch the video and play and play!

How to photograph Panoramas - Complete guide

Complete guide to photographing Panoramas

This is a "HOW TO" guide to ensure you create Landscape Panoramas effortlessly. I break down the elements in a simple-to-understand format. Easy as 123 you might say!

Complete guide to photograph Panos

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