|February 8, 2017|
One of the really nice things I like about Affinity Photo is how easy it to create Panoramas from a set of photos.
Take a look at a couple of photos that were generated from Affinity Photo:
Spaceship Earth at night
Patriot's Parade in Copley Square.
The first thing to learn about making awesome Panoramic Photos is taking the proper photos. If you don't have a good selection, then your results won't be good.
Four things that I have learned:
It's super simple to generate Panoramic pictures:
Figure out which photos that you want to use in your Panoramic. I find it easier to create a folder on the desktop and put the photos that I want to use in there.
If you find that your cropping large areas of your photo, you need to learn the fundamental of taking good panoramic photos: keeping the horizon the same in all your shots.
Affinity Photo recommends to use a tripod to take panoramas, but that's not always easy to do. Once you learn how easy to create Panoramas in Affinity Photo you'll be thinking twice when taking pictures on your next vacation.
The key reason of using Affinity Photo over the built in Pano on the iPhone is that you have a lot more flexibility. You can modify the pictures before stitching them together, fix the horizon and much more.
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