Creating something worth seeing is all that's important. Bear with me as I delve into sunsets, people and portraits. Enjoy.
My latest success with gigapan photography has been virtual reality using 3D. The virtual reality lets you get inside the photo... in 3D.
My childhood... I began photography in 1961. My father gave a "real" camera (more than a brownie). It was a 35 mm Argus viewfinder camera. It was completely manual. At the time the finest American 35mm camera was a Kodak Retina. He taught me one simple rule of thumb regarding exposures. He told me to use F11 at 1/100th for daylight shots... The rule of thumb was to use the ASA (ISO) to compute the exposure for the shot. The rule was 1/"Film ASA" at f11. So for 100 ASA (ISO) the daylight exposure should be 1/100th at f11. That resulted in perfection... in sunlight!