Shoot your panorama sequence
You’re now all set to capture a multi-shot panorama, so frame up vertically on the part of the scene that is to be the left side of the picture. Take a shot and make a mental note of a feature in the scene about halfway across the frame. For the next shot, line up the left edge of the frame on this, and take a second shot, keeping the horizon level. As you rotate the camera to frame up, try to pivot around the centre of the lens, rather than rotating from the waist – this will help to avoid any mismatches in perspective with foreground items that are closer to the camera. Provided you leave a generous overlap of 3050% between each shot in your sequence, you’ll have all you need for your software to ‘stitch’ the different shots in your panorama together. Continue taking your shots until you’ve arrived at what you want to be the right-hand edge of the panorama.