Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Post-processing on a panorama shot from a boat, part of Travel Photography: Fjords of New Zealand.
- On the boat, I did a hand-held panorama.…And that was literally holding the camera,…shot, shot, shot, shot.…And I did four frames,…and I did just a real, kind of mental…overlap, about 30%.…And the image itself, didn't turn out great.…It's not something I'm happy with.…But, what I do want to show you,…is that is works, and that you can do…a hand-held pano from a moving subject,…if your shutter speed's fast enough.…Let's take a look at the four images,…and we'll notice I shot them at 1/320th of a second.…
That's really fast, so that's why I was able…to pull this off.…And before I put the pano together,…I just want to mention,…if you want to make a change to one image,…let's go ahead and just do a hypothetical change here.…We'll lift the shadows a little bit, reduce the highlights.…Whatever you do, you need to sync,…so that all the images have the same adjustments.…So if I shift-click on the last one and hit the Sync button,…and I'm gonna go ahead and Check All,…make sure that everything I did is applied to…all four images.…
- Essential gear, from tripods to lenses
- Shooting at water's edge at low tide
- Shooting handheld from a moving boat
- Capturing details
- Post-processing techniques
Skill Level Intermediate
The Traveling Photographer: The Basicswith David Hobby2h 19m Intermediate
Travel Photography: Seaside Road Tripwith Mikkel Aaland45m 24s Intermediate
Landscape Photography: Waterfallswith Justin Reznick32m 32s Beginner
Introduction to the Fjords
Welcome to the fjords1m 1s
1. Shooting at Waters Edge at Low Tide
2. Working the Shots from a Boat
3. Capturing Details in the Fjords
4. Final Images from the Shoot
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