Description: A panorama is a long photograph that encompasses a wide (or tall, if working vertically) area. There are specialty cameras that are made to capture a broad scene, but any camera can be used to produce stitched panoramas. Shooting on a tripod, shoot a series of images with some overlap that captures the area in front of you in a horizontal swath. Then use Photoshop, Lightroom, or another post processing program with panorama creating capabilities to stitch the photographs together into a high-resolution panoramic image.
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