Photographer Annie Lai went from shooting friends in her bedroom to high-profile fashion clients before returning to her roots. Here, she shares her photography journey and why tethered capture is critical for any fashion shoot.
So you’re heading out to shoot a panoramic series of images, knowing that Capture One’s latest development can stitch them all together into one seamless photograph when you import them, right? Well, while Capture One’s new Panoramic Stitch is an impressive tool, there are a few things you can do to help get the very best results and most of them are actually at the point of capture. Keeping that in mind, we’re going to detail a few tips and tricks to get the most out of your stitched image, and how to choose the right projection setting for your chosen subject. The process of capturing a sequence of images can be as simple as panning across a single row of 2 shots to blend together into one larger view, through to catching multi-row, 360º “tiny planets” with all the gear that’s needed to do that accurately. Equipment The first thing to say is you don’t necessarily need any additional equipment to get a good stitch in Capture One. It’s been tested and proven on …
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