Set up your camera
Once you’ve found a scene you want to record as a panorama, decide on where you want it to start and end by identifying features in the landscape. Next, set your camera to Aperture Priority mode (A or Av on the main mode dial). With RAW mode enabled and your ISO set to 200, select a medium to small Aperture value of f/11 or f/16 to ensure a large depthof-field. Now pan across the scene, and as you do this, keep an eye on the shutter speed in the viewfinder display. Make a mental note of the fastest value that appears. This will coincide with the brightest area in the panorama, and by exposing for this, you’ll make sure that your panorama doesn’t lose highlight detail. Now switch to Manual (M) mode and set the Aperture and Shutter Speed you’ve picked.