Panoramic Images are created in a number of ways.

In the film days, photographers used the Fuji 6 X 17 or the Hasselblad XPan to shoot chromes and negatives in a wide aspect ratio.

In today's digital world, you can crop from a larger original, stitch together a series of overlapping images using software, or let your iPhone 5 do the work.

Using the stitch technique, orient your camera vertically, switch to manual mode to keep the exposure constant, and remove any filters, especially the polarizer. Shoot a series of overlapping frame, including a couple of blank frames to mark the beginning and end of each sequence. Process the images and stitch together in Photoshop Lightroom.

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