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Webinar: NP175 Panorama Extravaganza

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Eric H. and Steven C.



Event Time: 7 PM PDT / 8 MDT / 9 CDT / 10 EDT.

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes to 2 hours

This 120 minute webinar will be a whirlwind of panoramic goodness. We will cover everything from the gear to how it is set up and used to the final stitching of the photographs.

Your cruise director for this online experience is Eric Harness. Sometimes called Mr. Panorama. He will walk you though the following agenda:

What is it & types Equipment Parallax & Nodal Point Composition Exposure Shooting tips Stitching / Blending Printing Extras & Questions

But Wait, There's More!

By attending this webinar you are also eligible for a discount on my panoramic software of choice. Oh and freebies don't forget about those.

Intro into the basics methods to help you hit the ground running. Hints, tips and techniques for improving your photography. Can it be more fun?



You should have a decently fast internet connection! Dial-up won't work for audio or the data content.

We recommend that you use your computer microphone and speakers to talk and listen so you must at least have speakers. My recommendation is get a headset for this if you do not already have one. Specifically I suggest getting a Plantronics headset with a microphone and a USB connection ( Such headsets can be found at Best Buy for from $25 and up. USB headsets with microphone can be used with Skype and many other online games, and calling tools. They come in many styles include behind the head and over the head, single ear, open ear and closed. Most laptops include speakers and microphones but the audio quality of these is generally very poor. Some webcams also include built in microphones but generally the quality of those is poor.

Don't have a microphone? That's OK, too... you can interact through text chat and you can use your iPad (or Android) smart phone.

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All of our events and webinars close when one of the following occurs:

A. The event is filled or

B. The signup deadline is reached. The deadline is in the upper right of the page, just below the RSVP button and just after the text: "RSVPs close:"

Speaking of the RSVP button - click the button to join. You must pay to join - your registration is not complete until you do. If you haven't logged in or joined the group the button will say "Join Us" instead of RSVP. You do NOT have to RSVP "NO" except to cancel a prior YES. You can pay via PayPal or credit card. PayPal also allows an eCheck payment - but this takes as many as 6 days to clear.

Refunds? - we don't offer them. Read here for why (

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Joining the Webinar

There will be yet ONE MORE step you'll have to take (we wish we could eliminate it, but at the moment we can't). After registration closes we will send you an email with instructions on how to get the webinar access code and any additional materials hints and tips to make your Webinar a success. IF you are not allowing emails, do not check, or have allowed our informative non-spammy emails to go into your SPAM bin, you may not get the information. So please: add, and to your contact list. By the way, HotMail and AOL are notorious for dropping lots of valid email.


Will there be a recording of the webinar in case I want to listen again?
Possibly, at an additional cost. Some of our past Webinars are available in the Store (

May I make a recording of the webinar?
Sorry, No. Will you repeat this webinar? When?
We make no guarantees about future events, dates or topics.

Where should I send any questions I have?
During the webinar we will let you know where to send your questions. If you have a question before the webinar, please post it in the comments below.

What about notes, can I get notes?
See the answer to 1. Sometimes we have notes and make them available for free or at a small additional charge.

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