Improving Your Landscape Images…Part 2


 Improving Your Landscape Images…Part 2

In part 1 of this series, we have discussed what landscape images are, as well as how to shoot and edit them. In the next part, we will cover some of the other shots you can use in your landscape shots that are underused.

Landscape photography is a type of photography and is often first thought about by landscape designers when they want to show off their hard work on the front lawn or Grafton Way. However, there are many different types of landscapes that can be captured using a camera lens with a wide-angle lens.

For example, let's take a look at some of these other types of landscape images.

1. Panoramic Images/Stitched Panorama

This is a type of image that can be captured using a normal lens or if you are lucky; you can purchase one from the market for your lens type. It is ideal for capturing an expansive view that looks like one image and it is not possible to be done using any other process such as photoshopping or similar. The only problem with this technique is that there are many different types of panorama heads available in the market today and the best way to achieve this kind of image without professional assistance is to use two or more stands with clamps for your camera lenses. This can cost you a lot of money, but if you are prepared to spend this much, then by all means go ahead.

2. Fisheye Lens Images:

The fisheye lens is a special lens that bends all the straight lines into a circular curve. Because of this effect, it is also called the fish-eye lens and it is used for creating images that have an exaggerated distortion effect.

It is also ideal for creating images that give a wider perspective of a scene that cannot be done using any other technique. It has a 180 degree angle of view which cannot be achieved with any other lens type because of the distortion involved. The only problem with this kind of lens is the fact that it creates rectilinear images instead of curvilinear (circular) images that most fisheye lenses produce.

3. Panoramic Images/Stitched Panorama Two:

This technique basically uses two or more point-and-shoot cameras to take panoramas and then stitching them together in Photoshop using one part from each camera in order to create an ultra wide angle image. It is ideal for creating panoramas that have a very wide perspective and can then be printed and used.

4. Panoramic Images/Stitched Panorama Three:

This technique is ideal only if you are using a digital camera with the ability to take panoramas because it uses software to stitch together all the individual images created by using two or more point-and-shoot cameras. It is not possible to achieve this technique without a digital SLR type of camera. Even though this technique is little more expensive than the previous method, it does create better quality images than those that have been done by hand in Photoshop.

5. HDR:

HDR stands for high dynamic range. This technique is used for creating images with more extreme lighting conditions and it is ideal for landscapes that have a wide range of light intensity from dark to very bright. It is also ideal for creating images that have a lot of contrast in them, because it captures details in dark areas as well as highlights when taking landscape images. The problem is the fact that most of these processes are carried out automatically by the camera itself to create perfect HDR images, but they end up removing some of the fine details in between the shadow and highlight regions. For this reason, you should always go into Photoshop and try to create HDR images by hand so that you have control over the final result.

6. Panoramic Images/Stitched Panorama Four:

Doubling the number of cameras used in creating panoramic images, this technique uses four or more point-and-shoot cameras to create panoramic images and then using stitching software to put all the individual images together in order to create one superwide angle image. It is ideal for capturing a full 360 degree view of scenery, though it can only be done using high quality equipment and it is quite expensive compared to others on our list. It is not possible to create this kind of image without digital SLR cameras because of their ability to rotate their lenses as well as their resolution quality.

7. 360 degree panoramic images:

The most complex and expensive method for creating this kind of picture is to use a special type of camera called the fisheye camera. These are cameras that are designed to create normal looking images but with a 360 degree view. The problem is that they do not give you any control over the final result, because all the creation process is done automatically by the camera itself.

You can use this kind of image in your landscape images because it gives you a full glimpse of everything around you in one image. This is useful for things like art galleries or if you want to do a virtual tour online. It is also very useful for real estate companies and professional designers who are trying to sell their products online. The only problem here is that these cameras and lenses are incredibly expensive so you may not be able to afford them all the time.

8. Panoramic Images/Stitched Panorama Five:

This technique uses a special type of software that stitches together two or more images into one large image with the same perspective as the last image. The only problem with this method is that it cannot be done without software so you may have to go into Photoshop to achieve this kind of image.

9. Panoramic Images/Stitched Panorama Six:

This is the ultimate technique for creating 360 degree images that are used in landscape images and panoramas. It also uses a special type of camera that can rotate its lens so the fisheye effect can be achieved without using any post processing software. This kind of effect is ideal for creating high quality, large size images, because you do not need to stitch together multiple images anymore. You can do all the stitching process by yourself and use a single image as well.


There are many ways to create panoramic images and stitch them together in order to create an image that has a very wide perspective. They all produce different results in terms of quality and the techniques used for achieving this kind of image, so you should choose the one that is best for you. We have listed all your options below, so you can choose which one is ideal for what you are doing.

1. Normal lens diffusion:

If you only have a wide angle lens, then your only option here is to use diffusion techniques to get the black or white borders around your images in order to match up with the next image when stitched together later on.

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