Canon 7D Tips – The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 360° Panoramas

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Another series of 360° panoramas which I photographed with the Canon 7D and the Sigma 4.5mm f/2.8.  Each panorama taken at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC was assembled from 25 different photos.


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NOTE:  See my tutorial on Creating 360º Panoramas with PTGui.

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