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Using a single rail or dedicated on-lens rotator

Using a single rail or dedicated on-lens rotator: Creating 360-Degree Panoramas and Interactive Tours
Using a single rail or dedicated on-lens rotator: Creating 360-Degree Panoramas and Interactive Tours

Don’t have enough space to pack a multi-row system but still want to shoot a 360˚ panoramic image? You can also use a single rail or a dedicated on-lens rotator. How do you use them? In this movie, authors Richard Harrington and Ron Pepper discuss how to use a single rail and a dedicated on-lens rotator.

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

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