Here, you can see the large display of weapons, all mounted on a smooth red wall inside the Jaipur City Palace. The exhibit is a mark of the historical background of the whole region.
Tip (Extent of overlap of the panorama segments): When you are shooting the segments that make up a panorama, you have to decide the overlap for each segment. You should overlap each shot by at least 30 percent. If you are shooting a row of buildings, then the next shot should include the last building that was there in the previous shot. Some cameras provide a panorama mode that displays a portion of the previous shot in the monitor so that you can see where to align the next shot in the series. If your camera doesn’t offer this feature, you need to make a mental note of where each picture ends so that you know where the next picture should begin.
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