Some scenes, especially interiors, are well suited to panoramics when it’s impossible to capture the whole scene in a single frame. While you can capture a panorama using longer lenses to reduce distortion, you’ll include far more detail with a lot less frames using a wide- angle lens at around 22mm. Start by take a shot of your hand pointing in the direction you’ll be shooting so you know your first image. Continue to take your pictures keeping the exposure, White Balance and focus set to manual so each frame is consistent, and overlap each image by a third for a seamless stitch. Remember to shoot up as well as around. Ideally you’ll use a tripod with a panoramic head to keep it level, if allowed. Once you’ve reached your finishing point, take another picture of your hand to bookmark the end of the cycle. In Photoshop, merge the selected files ( File> Automate> Photomerge) using Auto, ticking Geometric Distortion Correction. Once processing has finished, you can crop, flatten and save.