Tilt-shift photography: how to use 1 lens for 6 very different effects
Tilt-shift photography effects: 02 Panoramic shots
Using the shift movement you can produce a series of images that can easily be stitched together in software such as Photomerge in Photoshop.
Once you have positioned the camera, all you need to do is to take three shots, one with the lens shifted left, one centred and one right.
This tilt-shift photography technique can’t produce the extremely wide panoramas that can be done by rotating the camera, but because the camera is in a fixed position they are easy to set up and stitch together.
PAGE 1 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 01 Correct converging verticals
PAGE 2 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 02 Panoramic shots
PAGE 3 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 03 Avoiding obstructions or reflections
PAGE 4 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 04 Toy town effects
PAGE 5 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 05 Sideways tilt
PAGE 6 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 06 Increasing depth of field
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on Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 at 12:01 am under Photography Tips.
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