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Panorama Photography for Beginners – Camera Settings and how to stitch and edit the perfect pano.

In this video we show you how to capture a landscape panorama with tons of tips on gear, camera settings and how to edit and stitch images together in Lightroom – the perfect introduction to panoramic photography for beginners.

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About this video : In this I get up early to capture a panorama image of the iconic Story Bridge on the banks of the Brisbane river. I share tips on camera settings, how to shoot successful panoramas plus show you how I use Lightroom to merge six images together to create a panoramic shot.

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Paul Farris.

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