Add a creative twist
Expand your horizons!
1 Stay on the level For the panorama, we kept the camera settings exactly the same, and simply took two additional frames: one of the left of the bridge, and one of the right. We overlapped them by half a frame, to make them easier to merge later in Photoshop, and ensured the tripod was level. We also locked everything off except the panning movement.
2 Get stitching Stitching the images together in Photoshop couldn’t have been easier. We simply went to File> Automate > Photo Merge, set Layout to Spherical, browsed to our three start files, and let Photoshop do the rest (depending on your own scene, you may need to experiment with the Layout options).