Panning and Stitching Photos on the iPhone

Tony Sweet
Duration:   2  mins

Professional photographer Tony Sweet is a fan of iPhone photography. In this video, he shows you why.

As an example, he demonstrates the iPhone stitch plan. In horizontal format, he photographs four overlapping images of a water lily pond in order to create a panorama in editing. He shoots off axis to keep his images sharp.

Next, he taps the AutoStitch App on the iPhone, then selects his four panned images on the screen. When you tap Stitch, the AutoStitch software combines these overlapping photos, the stitched panorama appearing on the screen. Finally, tap the Crop icon and you have a water lily pond in dramatic panorama.

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