I have finally sorted and cataloged all the panoramic images I took on my recent trip to Utah and Arizona. There are approximately 170 panoramas, and I have just begun the rendering. On our last day in Arizona, I decided … Continue reading
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Introduction In The Entrance Pupil And Its Importance, it was demonstrated that a requirement for high-quality image stitching was knowing the position of the entrance pupil. How do you find the entrance pupil? An educated guess will sometimes suffice, as the … Continue reading
This calculator is used to determine the number of shots in the horizontal and vertical for a panorama. The user inputs the sensor size, lens focal length, % of frame overlap, horizontal rotation, and the vertical rotation.
Southern Utah contains 5 National Parks, and each is an adventure unto itself. To get the maximum out of your trip you must plan. This article will help with your planning. Advice For Shooting in Utah’s National Parks A Post … Continue reading
If you are planning a trip to southern Utah, I would recommend visiting Snow Canyon, State Park. I was drawn to the park because of its unusual geological features- 27,000 years ago there was an active volcano. Also, many of … Continue reading
Most who visit Zion National Park visit the main canyon; however, many do not visit the Kolob Canyons in the Northwest corner of the park. Therefore, in this section of the park, the number of visitors and traffic is far lower … Continue reading