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Serif Affinity Photo: Panorama

Live Training Session 1010

Serif Affinity Photo: Panorama

Live Training Session 1010

Duration: 00:42 hr
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Affinity Photo features an impressive Panorama tool which not only automatically merges complex scenes, but allows you to easily fix errors in the seams.

In this video you'll see how even extremely complex scenes can be merged, retouched and perspective corrected with the simplest of tools. Panoramas are a really fun way to get a new, bigger perspective on the world around you!

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Serif Affinity Photo: Panorama

Live Training Session 1010

Duration: 00:42 hr
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I became a member 6 weeks ago & recently watched your session 1010 re Affinity & Panoramas - many thanks - very informative.

Question: do you recommend using a tripod for ground-based panoramas? - it would seem to reduce the blank perimeter areas & help keep the horizon straight & level.  I also want to take more low light level / longer time exposures.  Any recommendations for tripod make/model?

I’m an amateur & have used Aperture exclusively for ten years.  I purchased a new 27” 5K iMac & Affinity Photos a couple of months ago.  Last week I managed to copy my Aperture library to the new machine and create the equivalent Photos Library, so I’ll be using Affinity Photos as an extension to Photos.

Thanks Peter for signing up, and watching!

A tripod is definitely a good idea for panoramas, and that will as you suggest minimize the blank perimeters. Plus it will reduce any shakiness in the image, especially with longer exposures. The great thing though is that even if you don't have a tripod, you can still get very good results, as you saw here.

I don't have a particular tripod to recommend as they very massively in features, cost and weight, but in general MeFoto brand are great for affordable tripods that are very good, and Manfrotto is my favorite for high end, expensive tripods. 

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