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Message posted by elgaxton on December-04-2012 at 5:45am
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Hello everyone,
I'm new to panoweaver and indeed to panoramic photos.

I need a ground up tutorial from basis to advance on how to create virtual tours.

Please help me out guys.


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Message posted by phoenixrising on December-04-2012 at 10:20am
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Hi the Elgaxton,

welcome to the forum. Please note that the forum has been updated and we now seem to be running on two forum at the same time.

My best advice is to download the software and to experiment. You'll also find that the help guides with the software are very useful. There are also any number of tutorials, tips and advice to be found here. Whilst we're more then happy to help we do suggest that you have a peruse around the TW and PW forums as this topic has been covered many times.

But do tell us if you are a photographer, web person or what it is you do or what knowledge you have, what your goals are and what equipment you have.

You'll need a decent camera (digital dslr) to get the most out of your shots. You'll also probably need a fisheye lens and a panoramic head for your tripod. EP has many ideas on kit on it's site.

Many will use something like: Canon 7D or similar with Sigma 8mm fisheye lens and a manfroto Panoramic tripod head.

Hope this is helpfil


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