Panoramas are awesome but panoramic cameras aren't cheap. However, you can make incredible panoramic photographs using any camera, even a point-and-shoot. We'll show you how to properly stitch together images using software, and through learning the basic capture techniques needed to create the image such as camera orientation, proper amounts of overlap, helpful tools, etc. We'll also be discussing how panoramic photography has been used historically and through genres. Students are encouraged to bring their laptops as well as cameras.
33 Washington st
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Tom Griscom is a photographer and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. His photographic work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, as well as publications dedicated to fine art photography. His editorial work has appeared such publications as Outside Magazine, Scientific American, and Blackbook and is commercially represented by Gallerystock. He is a master black and white printer, both with metal based emulsions and digital and he is an adjunct instructor at the ICP and The Art Institute.
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