Panoramic

Kessler Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly™ Kit – Mini Review

I’ve used most of the sliders and other products aimed at helping video shooters, particularly DSLR video shooters, introduce fluid motion into their shots. Some are better than others. Not surprisingly, you get what you pay for. The cheap, inexpensive sliders are usually not stable or smooth enough for my taste. They are also quite …

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Avoid Clipping Your Highlights With Adobe Camera Raw

A popular stop for panoramic images is to pre-process them using Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.  Fortunately both provide access to the Adobe Camera Raw engine which allows for powerful processing of Raw files. As you make adjustments to the developed image, it’s possible to clip data (essentially a loss of detail). One of the …

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Choose a Layout Method for the Photomerge Command in Photoshop

The Auto and the Perspective method offer dramatically different Photomerge results. We stick with Auto for the first attempt. The Photomerge command offers six different layout options when creating a panoramic photo. Each method interprets the panoramic photos differently.  We often try to run multiple methods to see which produces the best results. A good …

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