FirmTools Panorama Composer 3.1
Looking for a software tool to help you make panoramic images?
Panorama Composer 3 is a brainlessly simple panorama builder that will help you make your first 360 degree pan (or flat panoramas) in no time. In fact, the tool is so simple, even an amateur photographer who just bought a digital camera can easily use it. The main advantage of Panorama Composer 3 is its straightforward 100% visual Flash-based interface with real-time preview that makes creating panoramas just as easy as playing Lego's. Since the software uses a proprietary algorithm for stitching images, the overlap between images may be anywhere between two and fifty percents, with no stitches or other distortion visible. There is also a built-in image enhancing mechanism that get rids of glitches that may be present in the original images. Another handy perk is automatic lens type detection feature. Since some panorama projects can be quite complicated and require several days of work, Panorama Composer 3 makes it possible to start new project and save the progress as necessary. Once finished, the project can be exported to JPEG, HTML or EXE format, making it possible to use these panoramas as virtual tours. The program comes with a comprehensive, well-documented instructions manual. Best of all, it can be downloaded and tried absolutely free of charge. The price of registering Panorama Composer 3 is a measly $29.95. If you are serious about creating panoramas that will make others go "Oh!" and "Ah!" Panorama Composer 3 is where you start. Download your free trial copy now!
We explain what wide-angle lenses are and how to use them view it
Here we'll tell you how to best use the mode dial on your digital SLR camera! view it
The hilarious, hopeless, funny and just best of craigslist view it
In this episode we'll show you how to use your digital SLR's shutter priority mode! view it
Using your Yahoo! ID, you'll be up and running with Flickr in minutes view it
Last episode we showed you how to use shutter priority mode on your DSLR, now we'll show you how to use aperture priority mode! view it
Doing more with Flickr view it