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Until a few years ago, creating panorama by shooting and stitching together different images was a tedious process that involved cumbersome and expensive equipment and complex software procedures.
Nowadays, thanks to the improvements of technology, it’s relatively easy to create panoramas composed of dozens of images with a resolution equivalent to that of a single image measuring tens, if not hundreds of megapixels.
In the video below, I demonstrate the technique I typically use to shoot and create a panorama. My equipment consists of only a tripod with a rotating head and an L-bracket (although I will gladly shoot it hand-held, if the light is good). The only software I use is Adobe Lightroom CC.
The following is the workflow I generally use (although I recommend that you watch the video to absorb all of the details):
The images below are some of the panoramas I created using this technique. Click each one to enlarge it.
Ugo Cei is a fine-art travel and landscape photographer from Italy. If you were to ask him what he does, he would say that he is an educator who helps photography enthusiasts sharpen their skills, so that they can take amazing pictures.
He does this in various ways. First of all, by providing a wealth of free content here on Visual Wilderness and on his own website.
He leads photography tours and workshops to some cool destinations, including Scotland, Venice, Cappadocia, Oman, Greece, Kenya, and others.
He co-hosts and publishes a weekly podcast about travel photography, The Traveling Image Makers. Every week, they pick the brains of famous and not-so-famous travel photographers to learn what it means to travel for the love of photography and photograph for the love of travel.