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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 18 - 2019

Panorama Photography

Panorama Photography



Landscape photography are usually accomplished using a wide angle lens. But what if all you have is a telephoto lens but you want to capture a wide landscape shot?
No worries, this tutorial will show you how to create a landscape photo using Adobe Photoshop CS6. The main point is to compile a number of photos into one panoramic photograph. With these steps you’ll be able to create an extra wide panorama even though you captured your photographs using a telephoto lens (in the following example, the photos were taken using a 105 mm Nikkor lens).

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