# 123 Shooting and Processing a Panorama Photograph

Instructor(s): Bryce Denison

Tuition: $100.00

This three-hour workshop will provide instruction to shoot multiple photographs with either a digital camera or film based camera, and stitch the photographs together into a panorama of up to 360 degrees. Class includes shooting techniques (camera positioning, exposure, white balance) to increase stitching success, image processing and how to prepare the images for printing. Learn why photographs look better with less distortion by making a panorama photo rather than just using an extra wide-angle lens.  Demonstrations will include how to make a 3, 5, or even a 7 or more stitch and a high resolution multi-row stitch. Bring your camera and tripod as we will shoot at least one panorama photo in class. MPW can provide the tripod heads and software to insure a successful panorama stitch if needed.

Just as a reminder; all digital editing classes are held at our new Southfield campus located at 29260 Wildbrook dr. (just east of Telegraph and just north of 12 Mile Rd.) Midwest Photography Workshops maintains a bank of 8 computers in our computer lab, but students are welcome to bring in your own laptop computer.