Do you ever find yourself with only one lens and said lens isn’t wide enough to take all of the scene in? When I hike I only pack the lens on my camera which is usually my 24mm. When this lens isn’t wide enough I shoot 2-4 images and merge them into a panorama in Photoshop.
These are my four images I merged together to create the final image. Watch the video below to learn the steps on how to do create a panorama in Photoshop. I have found this works with both portrait and landscape orientation images.
About the Instructor
Hi there, I am Beth Mancuso a portrait and landscape photographer based out of Minnesota. I have been in business as a portrait photographer for over ten years now. I have spent the last six years working as an instructor and mentor. I am a National Geographic Your Shot Contributor. My work has been featured by National Geographic, Huff Post, My Modern Met, Peta Pixel, Sony, and Lensbaby. My work has been published in Click, Midwest Living, and Black and White Magazine. You can read more about me here. You can find my portfolio here – https://intothewildwego.photography/portfolio/