Vertoramas: Just Like Panoramas, Only More Vertical

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We hereby proclaim our allegiance to vertical. No more horizontal for us!

Vertical is clearly greater than horizontal.
Waterfalls > rivers.
Skyscrapers > urban sprawl.
And funicular railways beat garden-variety train tracks all to pieces.

Try making a few vertical panoramas and you’ll see we’re right. It’s just like taking normal panoramas, only you go up instead of across.

Vertorama Version One: Stack two horizontal photos on top of each other to make a single square one.

Why, you ask? Because you can get the foreground & background in focus at the same time. Ultra wide-angle + infinite depth of field? Don’t mind if we do!

Vertorama Version Two: Keep stacking photos until the panorama’s as tall as you want!

You’ll find it quite useful for photographing the vertical wonders of the world, like:

Vertoramas: 2 Horizontal Photos = 1 Vertical Panorama

p.s. We’ve teamed up with JPG for an all-out lightpainting challenge! Get your flashlights a-flyin’ and you could win a copy of our choice new book! Look, tips!

Photo credits: PK Koduri, backpackphotography, and Monica Arellano-Ongpin.

We’ve had 35 Episodes of our Photojojo Weekly Podcast Challenge! We are taking a break from the podcast so we can work on other fun Photojojo ideas, but we wanted to feature our challenge winners from Episodes 31-34 on the blog!

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Photojojo Weekly Photo Challenge: Episodes 31-34

We’ve had 30 Episodes of our Photojojo Weekly Podcast Challenge so far! Can you believe it? We sure can’t, and we can’t believe how great your photo submissions are. Here are our challenge winners from Episodes 21-30.

You can join the #photojojoweeklyphoto fun by listening on iTunes or Soundcloud.

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Photojojo Weekly Photo Challenge: Episodes 21-30

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