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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Taking Panoramic Photos

DJ had to learn how to take panoramic photos in his photography book this year. With the old camera we would have needed to use a tripod. However, this new camera is so simple to take panoramic shots. You simply pick your starting point, then swing the camera slowly to the right until the yellow plus sign is inside the white plus sign, and then the camera automatically takes the shot. Then you repeat one more time. I love panoramic shots, they are my favorite. DJ took these at the nature refuge and the Gulf of Mexico on our volunteer day last week. If you click on the image it will go big so you can see the full effect.

I hope everyone had an awesome weekend. We did, and tomorrow back to lessons. We are redecorating our classroom, and I can't wait to share that. Tomorrow, I will also be sharing some homeschool contests for my readers to enter. That is exciting!






5 comments:

Anne said...

Isn't technology wonderful! My husband loves to take panoramic shots.

A Mom said...

nice photos! have a great one!

Rose said...

The photos are beautiful! I look forward to seeing pictures of the classroom.

betchai said...

oh, beautiful panorama photos, wish my camera can do that too, the wonders of technology. i still have to use tripod and use photo merge for panorama, but since i am too lazy to edit photos, i end up not stitching those shots i intend to stitch for panorama. plus, i am not good in stitching yet :( i'll look into that camera's function, thanks for sharing.

Melissa said...

Thanks to all of you. Betchai originally we were going to have to learn to stitch as well. I am not sad we missed that step, lol! This little camera is great. Not high powered as expensive ones, but still suits our needs at this point.

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