Chapter 9. Multishot Techniques

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Digital imaging technology allows us to employ photographic techniques that were either prohibitively expensive or simply too complicated for use with analog equipment – for example multishot techniques, which use multiple source images to produce a single, finished picture. There are various things you need to look out for while shooting that make merging your source images easier, or even possible in the first place.

Panoramas are the most popular way to use multiple images to photograph everyday scenes.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) images merge multiple images shot using different exposure values to form a single image ...

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