stitch a panorama
Sometimes it happens that the conceived frame does not want to enter even the most wide-angle lens. For example, it is impossible to move away from the subject further, or perhaps it is possible, but the author’s idea requires an emphasis in the foreground, which cannot be achieved without gluing several vertical frames into one horizontal frame.
There are many different situations. But sometimes the need for panorama is aggravated by the fact that the difference in brightness in the scene is so big that it doesn’t want to enter the dynamic range of the camera matrix, and we start shooting with bracketing in the hope that then from all these braces and pieces of the panorama we will collect a masterpiece. Continue reading