Graffiti Flick Friday: Panorama Photography

By - Friday, April 24th, 2015

This week’s installment of Flick Friday highlights panorama photography. I started shooting them after a friend had me help him with a panoramic photo he was working on.  After doing one myself, I was hooked. Whenever I can make one, I do. All of the photos above were produced from multiple images and stitched together in Photoshop. You can create panoramic shots straight from most smartphones, as well.

Panos are great for shooting an entire production piece in one photo, or when you don’t want cars in your shot. They work well in most cases. Sometimes an image can be a little warped because parts of the image, which is eventually stitched together whether automatically or manually, were not taken at the same level or angle (i.e. the photo of Enue’s piece).

These photos pretty much speak for themselves: dope walls by dope artists. As always, let us know what you think, if you have any questions about how these images were made or if you have any techniques you want to share, give us a shout in the comments section below.

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