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Cropping Your Panoramic Shots for Getting Them Printed

Some of us, lomographers, are using the famous Spinner 360 or the Horizon. So how do we get pictures scanned.

Now, I’ve seen printed panoramic shots by a Sprocket Rocket that looked so badly….I decided to make a video on how to do it properly. The consequence of using those cameras is scanning and printing the film. If you own a scanner you’re set. But how do we print the exposure?

Get your scanned photos in your computer, crop it with any software, I use Picasa because it’s free and it has a preset size crop for 10×15 or what ever standard size you want.You can use whatever software you want. Save your prints on a CD or USB device, and get them printed at any local store. Now all you have to do is glue them together like I did.

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written by pvalyk

1 comment

  1. _finestre_analogiche_

    _finestre_analogiche_

    Good idea, now i can buy a spinner wooooooooooooooooow :D

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