Stitching Time

written by: Brad Templeton

Many photographers, particularly landscape ones, have been exploring the new world of digital stitched panoramic photography. The prospect of unlimited resolution and field of view opens literal new vistas in your toolkit, and also can be the least expensive way to get a good quality wide angle shot. In stitched photography, you shoot a series of overlapping shots covering a wide field of view. Then, special software blends the photographs to produce a seamless result. This allows shooting the complete sphere around you, a 360 degree view, or simply a sweeping panorama of any field of view you choose. The Read more »