Tips for making panoramas
- Take the individual shots with the highest resolution camera and settings possible.
Shooting with JPEGs or with a tiny camera means less quality for each shot in the panorama.
- Use some form of stabilization when shooting. A tripod is ideal, but even a monopod
is better than nothing.
- Don't stitch from RAW images if you can help it. The Photoshop photo import process
brings otherwise flat images to life. Most software that reads RAW images can't
hold a candle to Photoshop's RAW importer or your custom settings.
- Inspect your source images carefully. If you see purple fringing when zoomed way in,
try re-importing but applying a cleanup filter.
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