24 Outstanding Panoramas :: Digital Photo Secrets

24 Outstanding Panoramas

by David Peterson 1 comment

Panoramas look impressive but are actually quite simple to create. The Photomerge utility in Photoshop Elements gives you the ability to stitch together images to create beautiful panoramas such as these. Some point-and-shoots will even do it for you in-camera. Remember that panoramas don't have to be long, horizontal strips - they can also be vertical, or they can include several rows of images stitched together. You are really only limited by the scenery you want to capture.

Here are 24 outstanding example of Panoramas from Flickr.


[ Top image Loarre´s castle (Anniversary) by Flickr user Artigazo]


Santa Maria de la Salute see from il ponte d'al Academia by Flickr user Batistini Gaston


  • Nikon D800
  • 6400
  • f/2.8
  • 15
  • 14 mm

360 Milky Way Pano at Paint Mines - Explored #64 by Flickr user Matt-Payne

  • Apple iPhone 4S
  • 50
  • f/2.4
  • 0.001 sec (1/1200)
  • 4.3 mm

Waterfront Spring by Flickr user victorvonsalza


    The Awakening by Flickr user Tim Poulton

    • Nikon D800
    • 100
    • f/2.8
    • 5
    • 50 mm

    Cast A Light by Flickr user Tim Poulton

    • Canon EOS 500D
    • 100
    • 1.3
    • 18 mm

    The Misty Forest || MOUNT WILSON {{EXPLORED}} by Flickr user rhyspope


      Tahoe + Milky Way + Vertical Pano = :) by Flickr user liquid in plastic

      • Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200
      • 50
      • f/3.2
      • 0.002 sec (1/640)
      • 7.2 mm

      Storm.is.Coming by Flickr user Chris (archi3d)

      • Canon EOS 350D Digital
      • 100
      • f/8.0
      • 6
      • 78 mm

      GRANADA by Flickr user brunoat

      • Nikon D300
      • 1250
      • f/2.8
      • 0.001 sec (1/1250)
      • 17 mm

      Machine Head (Super panoramic view) @ Sonisphere Festival Spain, Parc del Forum, Barcelona 2009 by Flickr user Hara Amorós


        UK - Oxford - Panorama From South Park - blue by Flickr user Darrell Godliman


          Salinas Grande, Argentina Salt Flats by Flickr user Mantis of Destiny

          • Olympus E-3
          • 200
          • f/8.0
          • 0.004 sec (1/250)
          • 60 mm

          Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina by Flickr user landscape photography - sebastien-mamy.fr


          A Pier Too Far by Flickr user Tim Poulton



          Bryce Canyon - 551 megapixel pano! by Flickr user Stephen Oachs (ApertureAcademy.com)



          Saint Louis Cathedral of Versailles Equirectangular 360° by Flickr user Vincent Montibus


          • Nikon D800
          • 100
          • f/13.0
          • 0.005 sec (1/200)
          • 16 mm

          Radial Colors by Flickr user Dan Mihai

          • Nikon D800E
          • 79
          • f/10.0
          • 1
          • 50 mm

          Hornby Lighthouse by Flickr user Bruce_Hood

          • Samsung NX1000
          • 200
          • f/4.5
          • 0.001 sec (1/1000)
          • 20 mm

          Tintern Abbey Panoramic [Explore] by Flickr user Martyn.Smith. Gone on Holiday for a week :)

          • Nikon D70
          • f/9.0
          • 0.01 sec (1/100)
          • 12 mm

          Badami ! by Flickr user Anoop Negi


            Angletarn, The Lake District by Flickr user Tom ♠

            • Canon EOS 5D Mark II
            • 100
            • f/14.0
            • 0.167 sec (1/6)
            • 70 mm

            Castle in the clouds by Flickr user antonyspencer


            Tavurvur , Rabaul (very active!) volcano - Papua New Guinea by Flickr user Eric Lafforgue

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            1. Matt Payne says:

              Thanks for honoring my photo in your article - appreciate that! Just a suggestion - might want to ask photographers for permission before you do use their photos on a blog post. Cheers!

              (You don't need to ask me this time, I don't mind) - great article.

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