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Panoramas can be very useful as Log illustrations, or as page banners. Beware making them too long and thin if used on a screen, e.g. On Flickr.

There are two basic ways to create a panorama

   -   Crop a panoramic image from a standard photo. This requires a fairly high resolution image to start from

   -   Join a series of carefully overlapped images using ‘stitching software such as Adobe Elements Photomerge or Serif Panorama Plus ( The option of taking a burst of photos while panning only works if high shutter speeds are available. A more considered approach taking carefully overlapped images is better. BUT be sure to lock aperture and shutter speed)

Long thin panoramas can be used to create a video pan shot using software such as Serif MoviePlus.


Elements Panorama Tutorial

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