let me see if I understand to method. If the scene is dark, I mainly have to overexpose in order to catch the details in shadowed areas; on the contrary, I have to underexpose in case of very illuminated scene. The question on how many shoots I have to take is under our experience.
bass than a guitar :-)
Hi everybody! As for me, the goal is to shoot a wider panorama or to have a photo collage. In the second case, you don't mind about differences in exposition and size (also in prospective) because you're looking for a artistic shoot, a new 'vision'. In the first case, you'd like have a clear shoot, in hig resolution and wide composition, in order to show the entire of the detail of the scene. You know, there are some enormous shoots of skyline, big as gigabytes: a very detailed panorama! I don't want to complain with the writer, neither with other poster: as for me, it's just a question of final goal. By the way, I use Photostich software for my panorama, a program came with Canon User CD. Here a link for examplehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/tcesko/7202932190/in/set-72157629739772414/I know, there are the seems and you can count every single shoot I've made ;-)