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Ryan OBryan replied to the topic 'Aperture when shooting Panoramic photos' in the forum. 2 months ago

Nikon Shooter wrote:

Ryan Obryan wrote: … using wider aperture to get a sharper shot. 


I think you are not yet cleared with the terminology!


I'm realizing that.  I'm over at Youtube watching some video's on creating panos.  Longer video's so will watch when I get home this evening.  

Thank you for the help!

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Ryan OBryan replied to the topic 'Aperture when shooting Panoramic photos' in the forum. 2 months ago

I guess I was talking about both.  I was thinking that if I was stacking images already for the purpose of stitching the pano, that I could pull off a two birds one stone by using wider aperture to get a sharper shot. 

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Ryan OBryan replied to the topic 'Aperture when shooting Panoramic photos' in the forum. 2 months ago

Whoops I hit enter before I was done.  

But do I have the idea right?  My pano shooting has never been strong and I'd like to improve my skills here.  

When you are shooting a pano of a landscape for example, where you want maximum depth of field, would you consider shooting with wider aperture?

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Ryan OBryan created a new topic ' Aperture when shooting Panoramic photos' in the forum. 2 months ago

Some lenses when you shoot at higher f/stops create lens distortion, seeing that you are going to be stacking shots anyway, would it make sense to shoot at a wider aperture, granted the depth of field wont be the same, however that shouldn't matter because you'll be stacking shots and now you'll have the lens operating in it's sweet spot.  

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I won't.  Thanks for looking out. 

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