Panoramas, where images are 'unnaturally' wide or tall, is a favourite topic of mine. Some of my best panoramas were captured impulsively and casually on a mobile phone (they do say that the best camera for a job is the one in your hand, and my phone is always nearby!) but when I plan ahead I may use my Canon DSLR, stitching individual images in Lightroom. More recently, I've been using a Mavic Air 2 drone for aerial panoramas, in which internal software stitches 180o or even 360o panoramas before the drone has even landed! For critical work I stitch the individual drone images using PTGui - this software is also used for terrestial panoramas usually taken with the aid of a gimbal tripod head. Above the thumbnails below, a red title indicates a dymanic panorama which can be moved (depending on your device) with your mouse or your finger. Dynamic panoramas require large files, so please be patient while they load.
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