WHAT'S THE MEANING?
Photo stitching is the art of combining several images with overlapping fields of view to produce a high-resolution panoramic image. By using this technique, one does not need to have an expensive wide angle lens since photo stitching is also done to create a much higher resolution landscape or panoramic shot. If you plan to do the procedure of photo-stitching, you must start with capturing images in the same exposure, settings, and tripod level. Then with the use of photo stitching software or application, it will be easier to combine the images.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that panoramic photography was first made because photographers were inspired to display landscapes and portrayal of cities? This happened shortly after the invention of the daguerreotype. The first panoramic images were also taken using the daguerreotype.
The daguerreotype is the process of placing a highly polished silver surface on a copper plate. In order to make it sensitive to light, it then needs to be exposed to iodine fumes. After that, the plate will then be exposed in a camera in a period of time. Then a mercury vapor is used to develop the image. The daguerreotype was invented by a French artist Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre in 1839.