No Ultra Wide Lens?

Posted: December 22, 2009 in Tips and Tricks
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There is time when your lens is not wide enough to get the whole object as you want; neither the space is enough for feet zoom. That is time when stitching come to your rescue. With Adobe Photoshop CS 3’s photomerge and lens correction, you can leave the costly ultra wide lenses to persons with deep pockets. No wide lens? No worry!! All you need is some labor and time.

Original photos before stitching.

This can be done in about 5 minutes.

  1. I dont know ?
    The house dont look so good , but can be how it is build 🙂

    I had liked if you went inside the digital shop and made some photos how they work inside there !

    I was inside one in Sihanoukville , but they dident speak so much english
    the wedding photos are very different from here in Europe
    I saw many people making new backgrounds in photoshop on the weddinghotos

    Best Regards Magnus

    • tumnei says:

      My friend is interested in the architectures around that area, so he asked me to go with him to record them before they will be gone someday.

      I have never tried to enter those shops, but I reckon they are not really happy to have us doing our jobs at their places. :p

  2. Phossdey says:

    Good job, Bang. lolz

  3. Daravuth says:

    What a wonderful technique!!

  4. Okej if you use a tripod the house maybee looks better 😉

    I made some prints in Sihanoukville , and went inside the digital print shop , there was many people making wedding photos like this on computers
    It was high season for weddings in cambodia

    I think this is interesting 😉

  5. tumnei says:

    @Touch and Daravuth: Thank for the compliments.

    @Magnus: You are right that people here love their photo photoshoped for white and soft skin tones making the photos look so unnatural. But thing has started charge bit by bit now.

  6. Ari says:

    Very nice! Amazing how well it came out!

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