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Do not let another breathtaking scene go undocumented. Learn how to capture wide landscapes using panoramic shooting techniques, whether you're using an iPhone or a professional DSLR. Rich Harrington explains general panoramic concepts, like field of view and nodal point, and then describes the technical details for getting great original shots: how to properly mount the camera on a tripod, how to overlap each shot, which lenses deliver best results, and more. Next, learn about optional hardware like the GigaPan system and sliders, and a variety of mobile apps for capturing 360 panoramas. Finally, come back into the studio to learn how to process the photos in Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and Camera Raw.
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Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and I'd like to welcome you out to a great day of shooting. We're in the Las Vegas desert, and we're going to be putting together some panoramic photos, and it's a great location for this. We're at Red Rock Canyon, we've got some great mountains here, lots of texture, it's really interesting-looking out here, and I'm going to walk you through the whole process of how we locate, build our camera out, stage the shot, acquire some great panoramic photos and then we'll head back into the studio and put all the pieces together. We've got an exciting day in front of us so let's jump in.
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