All those people who have a craze for doing panoramic photography have a golden opportunity to get knowledge of the most interesting tips, techniques and training provided by renowned French panoramic photographer, trainer and author of the famous book “Panoramic Photography”, Arnaud Frich. These tutorials will give you a learning experience in their true sense. As you go through all these lessons, you will realize that you will get to know about lots of things, which will add to your knowledge. The trainer starts of with the basics and his best presentation skills help you understand the key terms without any difficulty.
Extract from VOD "Learning panoramic photography with Autopano"
Through 61 lessons and 6h08min video, you will learn about best advance stitching programs that are used to create panoramic photographs without any errors. The programs you will learn about are Photoshop, Camera Raw, Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga. The detailed training sessions will allow you to understand the use of different kinds of cameras, lenses and tripod heads for panoramic photography, geometric projections like Spherical, Mercator, Cylindrical and Rectilinear, learn about how to deal with different picture formats like RAW, JPEG, PNG and more, setting up the camera, new functions in Autopano Giga and their use, learn how you can correct chromatic aberrations, vignetting and optical distortions and much more. The functions in the programs are explained with interesting examples that you would not want to get off the screen. In addition, the trainer also provides you with the understanding of Virtual Visits and shows how you can present your perfectly stitched panoramas.
Professional photographer and author, Arnaud Frich made panoramic photography his specialty. Seduced at a young age by the charm of this format, he shares his passion for photography through various training courses, books, articles and internet website "The guide to panoramic photography". Arnaud Frich, a famous name in the field of panoramic photography in France, is at the origin of one of the largest panoramic image in the world: Paris 26 Gigapixels
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