WHEN WE THINK of panoramas we usually think of wide vistas, but panoramas can also be vertical. With more and more photographers using drones, creating vertical panoramas has become increasingly popular because it is now much easier to get a unique perspective on any scene. You can also take great vertical panoramas from the ground with your DSLR (Figure 30.1).

To capture this type of image you simply have to work from bottom to top instead of left to right. You will want to leave a lot of overlap so that the software can combine the images. If you use a series of landscape images with an overlap of more ...

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