Shoot a frame to mark the end
With your sequence captured, it’s a good idea to shoot an end frame. This will give an easy-to-identify shot that provides a visual cue that your sequence is complete. Some photographers shoot a ‘thumbs up’ pic of their free hand, some cover the lens for a black frame, and some shoot something unconnected to the sequence, like a blank shot of the sky. Whichever you go for, it’s worth shooting something to indicate the end of a panorama sequence, as it makes it quick and easy to identify the correct shots when selecting your pictures in Adobe Bridge. Unless you’re going to reshoot your panorama, now reset your main mode dial to Aperture Priority and flick the focus mode back to AF so you’re all set to shoot normally.