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If you’re into Time-Lapse Video and Panoramic Photography, I’ll be co-leading a workshop in Las Vegas in 10 days.  Join me for both a classroom tutorial and a hands-on afternoon field trip to Red Rock Canyon Conservatory where you will capture shots of the park and sunset. Some shots from an earlier year’s workshop: Attendees […]

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Our last podcast features Ron Pepper, a photographer who specializes in Panoramic and HDR photos. His company PanoramaNETWORK works globally to capture  modern, 360 degree by 180 degree panoramic photography viewable by a variety of interactive players. Previously known as virtual tours, panoramic photography has become widely popular.  It’s a common form of commercial photography and used […]

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You can also see the video here. Learn how to merge handheld panos and remove all distortion from the shot with Adobe Photoshop. The Photomerge feature in Photoshop is very forgiving of uneven shots, varying overlap, and even exposure changes. This feature works with almost any version of Photoshop you’ll find installed today. NOTE: This […]

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Whether you’re using Photoshop CS6 or CC, this workflow will give you better looking panoramic photos.  Learn to develop the raw files, get the best merge, then remove wide-angle distortion. _______ This Post Sponsored by: The Digital Photo Store

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I just wrapped up two days in the desert shooting panoramic and time-lapse shots (much more to come).  It was a part of two projects (some new training for Lynda.com which will be out soon and my NAB workshop). While in the field I had a chance to try out some new phone apps. One of […]

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If you use a tripod and you want maximum steadiness and maximum safety, a ball head is usually the best bet. The problem with ball heads is that they can be big and heavy. Induro has managed to solve both problems with the new BHL series. The BHL1, BHL2 and BHL3 are similar. For the […]

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