On a bit of a holiday (with a great view) I tried a panorama out the window. For some reason Lightroom could not produce a result with the four images that I shot. I think it might have something to do with the monorail moving in the middle two shots. I was able to get Photoshop to stitch the images together when passed from Lightroom using “Merge to Panorama In Photoshop”. Which hints that there is a fundamental difference in the engines for building panoramas in the two programs.
You always need to experiment and push the boundaries otherwise you don’t learn stuff.
Shot with Fujifilm X-T2 Fujinon XF 16-55mm F2.8 R LM WR
ISO 200 F8 1/300
This is an in camera panorama created using the X-T1 with the XF 18-135mm lens. I am working on a full article on using the Fujifilm X cameras built in panorama mode.
When you build a panorama you can end up with a lot of pixels, sort of like using a bigger sensor. When creating a panorama don’t forget about going vertical.
This image was built from 4 images starting at the top and working down. The panorama was stitched together in Lightroom. Full image is 5132 x 6428 pixels or about 34 megapixels. Shot with the Fujifilm X-T1, a 16mp camera. You can build large image files using panoramas, don’t just think left to right only, think up to down too. Click on the image to see the full 11mp jpeg.
Fujifilm X-T1 XF18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR
With the Fujifilm X series cameras you can build a panorama in camera. You can even choose the direction you will move. The in camera panoramas are produced as jpegs.