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Panorama Stitching

In the olden days, it was difficult to put a panoramic image together as it was done in the dark room stitching images together by overlapping exposures on he finished photo paper. But now, we can buy cameras that are specifically meant for Panorama Images. As in, manufacture of these cameras is meant to shoot images in a row from left to right and from bottom to the top. Although a computer does most of the stitching, it is important for a photographer to shoot images in perfect overlap and only then can a computer recognize the edges perfectly and therefore will stitch perfectly. Overlapping is the most important aspect of a panorama image, a small slip can ruin the entire shot.

Regardless of the intricacies in the image stitching technique, it is most important to shoot images in perfect end-to-end way. Keeping your camera on a level is very important when shooting panorama images as it is not of much importance while shooting fewer images but while shooting panoramic images with more than 50 images it is of utmost importance to keep the camera level.

Next up, please note that any kind of movements in the plain view can kill panorama shots. For example, a bird flying through the canyon. While shooting a panoramic image of the canyon the bird might seem in one image and might not exist in the overlapping image. This kind of happenings cannot be good for the resulting image. All these are steps taken to shoot a proper panoramic image. The stitching of these images to bring the panorama image together is the most difficult part of it all. Graphic experts with computer software work on images shot sequentially and stitch them together. Numerous firms across the globe offer Panorama Stitching Services, these firms hire professional editors to get the job done. Real Estate owners, realtors, wildlife photographers outsource images to these freelancing firms who edit images and stitch them based on the client’s requirements.