Panoramic photography is more accessible and more popular now than ever before. The launch of affordable cameras has been partly responsible for this, putting a panoramic system within the reach of most enthusiast photographers. Digital technology has helped too--it is now relatively straightforward to shoot a sequence of images and stitch them together using computer software.
Here Lee Frost leads readers through all the information they will need to create successful panoramic images--from choosing equipment and looking at different ways to produce panoramics, to applying filters, printing and displaying pictures, and much more.
Particular attention is paid to approaching the composition of panoramics, and overcoming compositional difficulties. Frost also offers readers inspiration for more creative uses of panoramic photography, showing how it can be used not only for landscapes and architecture, but also action, portraits, reportage, and other subjects....Continua