Shooting panoramas


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Shooting panoramas

The other still photo shooting feature found in the Camera app is the Panorama Mode, which allows you to capture incredibly wide or even tall images that go beyond the capability of a single lens camera. This feature is great for capturing cityscapes, or the view from a hill top, or even a tall tree or building if you capture a vertical panorama. Here's how it works, open the Camera app and swipe over to the Panorama Mode. That places this overlay on the screen containing an arrow. First, determine if you're going to be moving the camera from left to right or right to left. Tap the arrow to change its orientation. When you're ready, aim the phone at the point where you want the photo to start with the arrow pointing in the direction you're going to go.

Tap the Shutter button to start shooting. Then slowly turn the camera in the direction of the arrow. What you're aiming for is to keep the arrow centered on the horizontal line. Just move slowly and steadily. If you move too quickly, ...

Shooting panoramas
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Shooting panoramas provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iOS 7: iPhone and iPad Essential Training

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