This another example of a panorama HDR technique here in Scotland, this time of the Glasgow Cathedral in Glasgow. It consists of 8 panels, and each one was taken with a 7-frame sequence and one f/stop increments. I used 7 bracketed shots because of the extreme contrast between the stained glass windows and the very dark shadow areas. The more the contrast, the more frames you need to insure detail in the dark shadows and bright highlights. I hand held the camera horizontally. As I arched upward, I had to turn 180 degrees at the mid-point, and then I continued taking the frames. I then used Photoshop to composite each of the panels -- using the same adjustment settings in Adobe Camera Raw -- and then stitched them together to create the panorama. I used a 16-35mm lens set to the widest focal length, and even with the distortion typical of a wide angle, the software was able to stitch the 8 images flawlessly.