Panorama

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  1. dlinari1

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    Apple's new Panorama feature that allows you to take panoramic photos. On the iPhone, does it work in landscape mode or strictly portrait?
     
  2. Markyboy

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    In a word.... No! Not sure why though.
     
  3. theorioles33

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    Probably because you would end up with a 15 foot wide panorama. :)
     
  4. Bennyboy

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    hahaha
     
  5. ZR_Yancy

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    I wouldn't want to capture panoramas using landscape. You would be vertically cutting out a lot of the scenery.
     
  6. Lon

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  8. Lon

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    Very nice.
     
  9. ITS ME DAVID

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    Nice pik
     
  10. iPhoneFan10

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    I love the panorama feature in iOS6.. Just snap the beginning of the photo and then just pivot to the right while keeping the arrow on the middle of the line.. It's almost like its recording after the snap then freezing the whole pic together.. I'll be using this a lot!
     
  11. jafundy

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    Where do you find that feature?
     
  12. ZR_Yancy

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    When you're in the camera app, select "Options" located at the top. You can then enable panoramic mode.
     

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