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Understanding what parallax is and how no-parallax point helps

Understanding what parallax is and how no-parallax point helps: Creating 360-Degree Panoramas and Interactive Tours
Understanding what parallax is and how no-parallax point helps: Creating 360-Degree Panoramas and Interactive Tours

When taking 360˚ panoramic images, you want to have your camera in portrait orientation with the lens right above the rotation point of the ball head on your tripod. Authors Richard Harrington and Ron Pepper show you how to make sure you don’t have a parallax point in your 360˚ image by having your camera in portrait orientation over your tripod.

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

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