Shooting Stitched Panoramas with Fuji X100 Cameras | Ian MacDonald

On my last trip from Vancouver to San Francisco the only camera I took was my Fuji X100s.  It was a great experience traveling without a backpack full of camera bodies and lenses.  The one thing that occasionally needed to be worked around, however, was the fixed 35mm lens on the camera.  In terms of making landscapes and cityscapes this often meant stitching photographs together to make wide angle panoramas.  This is very easy to do and I thought I’d write a quick blog post about it. I should preface this by saying I am not a post production expert.  Far, far from it really.  I’m sure there are better ways of doing this, but this is very quick and easy for me. Let’s get started….


Fuji X100T

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