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Kylie Jones

Photography Manager

Being someone who loves the bush, people and photography Kylie has found her way to her dream job in the Londolozi Studio. Despite completing her Humanities Degree, she felt unsatisfied and found herself drawn to doing a wildlife photography course. Being both creative ...

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on 10 Top Tips For Expanding Your Panoramic Skills

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Michael & Terri Klauber
Digital Tracker

Kylie, Thanks for the tips! We will check it out in Lightroom for sure!

Kylie Jones
Photography Manager

Pleasure Michael, on your next visit her we can experiment with some panoramic shots!

Denise Vouri
Digital Tracker

Kylie, I really appreciate your tips for panoramic pictures. I will try it with some photos I took in Africa in February and will consciously use the photographic techniques while in Paris and Barcelona over the next three weeks. I have a 14-24 lens, Nikon that should work. Thank you.

Kylie Jones
Photography Manager

That is very exciting that you are wanting to take your own panoramas. Your 14-44 lens will be perfect for this kind of shooting.

Jeff Rodgers
Senior Digital Ranger

Great post . . . please keep all your great photographic tips and tricks coming.

Kylie Jones
Photography Manager

Thank-you for your ongoing support Jeff, I will keep them coming!

Al Kaiser
Senior Digital Ranger

Thanks Kylie. Will definitely give it a go now that I know how!

Kylie Jones
Photography Manager

Pleasure Al, would love to help you out getting the perfect panoramic shot on your next stay!

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Thanks for the tips Kylie, great insight into how to best capture these types of photographs. Is it true that you get better panoramic images with a special panoramic disk plate. How does this piece of equipment enhance the images?

Kylie Jones
Photography Manager

Its a pleasure Rich. Yes it is true that you get better panoramic images with a special panoramic disk plate as you get more stability as well as you are able to pan smoothly to create a sharp panoramic photograph.

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Hmm, I think I’d like to play with this…!

I’m glad that James mentioned this in his latest blog! This is so interesting! Definitely going to give it a try.

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