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Image orientation with the shorter side in horizontal direction like usually used for portrait photography (hence the name).  
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{{Glossary|Image orientation with the longer side in vertical direction|1}} like usually used for portrait photography (hence the name).  
  
Most image sensors and many film types have a longer and a shorter side. Shooting portrait gives a wider vertical and a narrower horizontal [[Field of View]] in each single shot. For a cylindrical panorama you need more shots for a given field of view if you shoot pportrait but you get a higher resolution.
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Most image sensors and many film types have a longer and a shorter side. Shooting portrait gives a wider vertical and a narrower horizontal [[Field of View]] in each single shot. For a cylindrical panorama you need more shots for a given field of view if you shoot portrait but you get a higher resolution.
 
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Latest revision as of 20:12, 18 November 2007

Image orientation with the longer side in vertical direction like usually used for portrait photography (hence the name).

Most image sensors and many film types have a longer and a shorter side. Shooting portrait gives a wider vertical and a narrower horizontal Field of View in each single shot. For a cylindrical panorama you need more shots for a given field of view if you shoot portrait but you get a higher resolution.

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