Have you ever tried to create a panorama?
Did you have any difficulties to get the panorama spot on in post process?
I had to create 3 panoramic photos for one of my 'Architecture' assignments in school.
Keep on reading if you are interested in my experiences.
Segmented panoramas, also called stitched panoramas, are made by joining multiple photographs with slightly overlapping fields of view to create a panoramic image. Stitching software is used to combine multiple images.
As you have read, I had an assignment for 'architecture' to create 3 panorama's. These are my results:
(Click on the small images to see them in full size!)
The more you practice this technique the better you'll become. You can already see an evolution between the first and last panorama. I will apply this technique in my landscape photography as well!
Some basic rules to create a panorama:
Maybe I'll make a different blog about '6' in the future, but first I want to practice these panoramas some more myself!
360° and Spherical Panorama: Panorama that gives you a 360° view in one single photo.
If you include pictures of the ground and sky you can stitch them together and actually spin it around.
I tried a few times to create one of these, but I still need to practice because my stitches weren't 100% matching.
Please watch this masterpiece of Ólafur Haraldsson:
If I mad you hungry for more, you can find many more on his website!
Since I'm Belgian, I can't forget to mention Belgian photographers as well.
Herman Desmet creates beautiful 360° panoramas for businesses/interior/architecture.
He is also trusted company photographer for Google!
Visit his website by clicking here.
Thanks for reading this blogpost and see you next time!