8 tips for photographing panoramas

Stitching software makes creating big, detailed panoramas from a series of photos easy. Here's how to shoot for the best results.

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1. Use Free Software to Make a Panorama

Of all the benefits that going digital has brought to photography, perhaps none is cooler than easily making a panorama. In the old days, if you wanted to take a panorama, you needed a special camera, or you had to tape together a set of pictures. (That's right: You'd use sticky strips of tape to connect a bunch of photos that didn't quite go together.) Today, of course, perfectly joined panoramas are easy to create using your favorite photo editor or a free panorama stitching program.

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