Sunday, September 20, 2020, 10:00am - 5:00pm
Joe Motola, CPP
In this workshop, you will be exploring the full range of panoramas and how to build them, from a 90 degree to the full HDR 360 x 180. These full range panoramas can be viewed from the sky above (zenith) to the ground below (nadir). While it does take specialized equipment and software to build them, they are not needed to get the full (or almost full) benefit of this class. Much of this class is hands on. By building the simple panorama head from the equipment list, you will gain the skills necessary to setup any head. Even if you have built panoramas before, building them can be time consuming.
There is no such thing as ‘a simple panorama.’ The objective is to build a 45” 360 degree panorama quickly and flawlessly using the simple panorama head described in the webpage. The principles for all panoramas are the same. Ample time as been set aside for you to adjust your head, build your own panoramas, and feel confident in making them. To see how to build the pan head and how these panoramas can be used, visit the website. www.morethanapicture.com/pano/workshop.html
Items to bring: No nodal pan head or simple pan head (on website). Laptop: with trail version of PTGui, Photoshop Optional: Remote trigger, tablet with Panasonic image app.
For complete details on the pan heads, software needed, and what setting to know for your camera, visit the website.
Location: 340 N. Jeff Davis Dr.
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Instructor Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Website: www.morethanapicture.com