Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Panoramas and squares, part of Advanced Photography: Diptychs, Triptychs, and Aspect Ratios.
- [Justin] Now having discussed the aspect ratios…that are coming from your camera,…let's talk about ways to push beyond the limitations…of aspect ratio.…If you think about photography and art, 2D art in general,…how you present it, well there's…really infinite possibilities.…Why should we be limited to the aspect ratio…of our camera?…There are scenes, there are stories that you may…want to tell that require a different format,…and there are ways that we can do that in the field.…Now I've shown how to make panoramas for example,…in a few of my courses, including Landscape Photography…in Olympic National Park, and Overcoming Camera Limitations,…and here we look at a scene in the Palouse.…
This barn has been taken down unfortunately,…so this will not be photographed anymore,…and it's one of my most successful selling images…and it's an image I really love.…And it could not be told in any other way in my opinion,…it really is a panorama.…Now in order to make this, I took four images…and stitched them together, so I used a long lens,…
In this course, photographer and educator Justin Reznick explores your options, covering both the aesthetic issues and Photoshop techniques used to make more interesting compositions. Learn how to combine images, split one image into multiple parts, prepare your work—including prints—for sale, and use the Shoot & Sell app to market your photography to clients.
- Understanding aspect ratios
- Working with multiple images
- Analyzing triptychs
- Splitting an image into multiple parts
- Selling image sets
- Using the Shoot & Sell app