Digital photography is exciting, but it gets even more exciting when you go beyond conventional pictures and start experimenting with advanced techniques, such as HDR or panoramic photos. Sometimes settings beg for a wide angle perspective and thats exactly when panoramic photos produce excellent results. To produce a panoramic photo, you will need beautiful scenery, a camera and PanoramaStudio — thats all!
PanoramaStudio is a multifunctional tool for creating seamless great-looking panoramic photos. The application has a lightweight user interface with lots of space to work in, so you wont get lost in a jungle of forms, toolbars and other controls. PanoramaStudio will automatically stitch, blend and enhance your photos to make them look as a single panorama. You can always adjust the results of automatic post-processing manually at every stage. The source photos do not necessarily have to be ideal — this smart software will automatically detect the focal length used for the photos and correct the results of image distortions, including the position of the horizon. Needless to say that the program features a built-in editor for source images that enables you to make the necessary adjustments. Once your panoramic image is ready, you can define hotspots to be used in Flash, Java and QuickTime VR presentations.
PanoramaStudio will be a welcome guest on any photographers computer. Intuitive, affordable and producing really cool results, its an outstanding value that you should definitely add to your software collection!
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