Creating fascinating panoramas from a series of source images is one of the great digital image processing challenges. If you take a close look at the panoramas you have already made, you are sure to find some imperfections, whether these are obvious overlaps, differences in brightness between individual images or unwanted distortion. This article takes a look at panorama hardware, accessories, shooting techniques and software, and shows you how to produce fantastic panoramas that you will be proud to print large.
Further Highlights of this Issue:
Claudia Hoehne Portfolio: Strange Places; Manual Lens Adapters for DSLRs; The World in Miniature; Cool Collages; Small Flash, big Effect; High-end Camera Straps in real-world use; Linux Photo Tools; Improved Image Editing with Graphics Tablets; What's on Offer in Lightroom 3.x.