Two Image Pano / HDR / Focus Stacking

…this “Two Image Pano / HDR / Focus Stacking” technique can be useful and it has several advantages over the standard approaches …

It’s simpler than conventional techniques, and yields very good results. You can hand hold in many cases, especially if you use an image stabilized camera or lens. It uses the camera’s auto exposure effectively to expose correctly for the different areas of the image. You can post process with just Photoshop – other software isn’t required. It greatly increases the dynamic range of the final image without requiring HDR processing or software. Depth of field can be increased over a single photo approach or the conventional pano / HDR approach. It also substantially increases vertical field of view.

A couple of photo hints and a Gatorland update

It’s been a while since I’ve discussed any photo techniques, so I thought I’d share two hints that you might not have tried recently.  I also wanted to let you know what’s going on at Gatorland now that breeding season is in full swing. Photo Hints: #1 – Focus stacking:  I’ve written about this before. You can … Continue reading A couple of photo hints and a Gatorland update