If we go by Wikipedia definition of Panorama, it is any wide-angle view or representation of a physical space, whether in painting, drawing, photography, film/video, or a three-dimensional model. For me a Panorama is a view that you can enjoy only when you are physically present at the scene as no camera (none that I can afford at least) can capture that width. But still you will find amazing photos covering scenes as wide as 360 degrees. Such images are formed by stitching multiple images together using some stitching software.
Here, I am going to post some of my favorite Panoramas I have created so far and some small tips as usual :). First let’s start with pictures.
The picture above is a stitched picture of 6 independent photos. The photo was taken from New Jersey across the Hudson river.
I don’t really remember how many photos I had to stitch to create the Panorama above. This place is tea gardens at a small hill station called Connor in southern part of India.