Up and down through the bowels of the ship we went, until we got to the front (fore), where it’s steered. I had a Nikon D3s with me and a 14–24 mm lens, and just shooting a shot from the center, covering the entire bridge, would have sufficed. But, there was just so much detail in the image—knobs, switches, gears, etc. There were so many things to sit and inspect, and I didn’t think one picture would do it justice. What to do?
The following tips and tricks explain what I did to get a good shot of the interior, and how you can apply those techniques to working with your panoramic images.