I have an LG that doesn’t take pics in panorama. Is there a way to make the thing do this? Either an app or program? Or is there actually a setting and I’m just not as smart as my smart phone? (Pretty good chance, actually)
there are many panorama photo apps in android market. just search for it.
Microsoft has a free tool for making panoramic pictures. Just take your photos and overlap them then use this tool:;
Take a series of overlapping photographs, load them on to your pc and use Ulead360 to import and automatically stitch them together.
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Which model of LG phone and operating system are you using? Can't tell you how to access the panorama function without this information, but there are many camera apps for android that would allow this. Trying them out for yourself to find what works best for you might be the best route as what may be best for one person isn't going to be for another. Instructions for the basic camera built into android: http://support.google.com/android/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1753571
Panorama 360 (free): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vtcreator.android360&hl=en
Photaf Panorama (free): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=obg1.Photaf&hl=en
The camera app I use and like for its many features and functions is UCam ultra camera: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ucamera.ucam&hl=en
Its a Lucid.
Have you used any of these? If so, which did you like?
As far as options and quality, UCam is great. I have not used any other camera app that I listed, but can try them out on my phone (Note 2) and let you know what I think is easiest and offers better quality and usability.
Its OK. I was jsut wondering if you had already tried them and was after an opinion. I plan on starting doing this tomorrow...trying the different ones, that is. Jsut to see which I like. Thanks for the advice and answers.
UCam offers better quality pictures, but the processing time is a little slow and the guide line to take a good panoramic pictures isn't that great. It takes time to get used to. Photaf panorama is good with decent quality pics and good interface and guidance to take panoramic pictures. It also processes the pictures quicker. Panorama 360 requires a login, which I do not wish to do so I can't recommend it. I tried Wondershare Panorama, but it isn't as nice nor does it get the panorama correct as good as UCam and Photaf did. Hope this helps. Cheers!