When shooting digital panoramics out in the field you have to be mindful of how those images are going to be aligned in your stitching software.
In this tutorial we look at the issues that arise when you don’t have enough common information (pixels) between two images and how you can solve that problem out in the field.
You are showen two examples of a digital panoramic taken at the same location, one shot well and the other that could have been improved and to correct it would need a lot more attention in Photoshop to repair.
This tutorials can be found in the “Shooting Digital Panoramics” section of the site. It is a members only tutorial. Click here to be taken to the tutorial.