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Hyperfocal for everything in focus

Hyperfocal for everything in focus: Creating 360-Degree Panoramas and Interactive Tours
Hyperfocal for everything in focus: Creating 360-Degree Panoramas and Interactive Tours

It is important to use manual focus when shooting a 360˚ panoramic image so you have everything in focus. To do this, you need to keep the hyperlocal distance of your lens in mind. What is hyperlocal distance? In this movie, author Ron Pepper explains what hyperlocal distance is and how it is useful when shooting a 360˚ panoramic image.

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Skill Level Intermediate
5h 45m
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Cameras + Gear HDR Photography Lightroom Photomatix

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