Here is another HDR pano image like I described two days ago. I took this in the same cathedral -- St. Giles -- in Edinburgh. It is the Thistle Chapel, one of the most amazing rooms in Europe. It is a 5-panel series, and each panel was done with 7 bracketed frames in order to deal with the significant contrast between the stained glass windows and the deep shadows. I had to be patient and wait for other tourists to move out of the way, but patience paid off. I first processed each HDR image, and then I put the panorama composite together, all in Photoshop. I used 3200 ISO, and each frame was shot wide open at f/2.8. I used a 16-35mm lens set to 16mm.