for those that might be confused looking for "panorma" plugin... its not a plugin... its a feature of Photoshop (CS and later I think) called "Photomerge" found under the File menu and using Automation flyout. Also, don't let the techniques bog you down... everyone has a different preference. You can still get nice panos shooting hand-held and in landscape mode if you overlap at least 25%. PS Photomerge makes it really easy. Also... best to use manual settings and set them one for first frame. Then keep those settings for each of the shots to make a consistent look across the whole pano. Use either aperture priority or full manual for exposure. A bubble level (on camera and/or tripod) is helpful especially if piecing more than 3 photos together to keep horizons level.
if you want to have better panoramic you may want to get a fluid pan head for your tripod and shoot them in portrait so you can get more and more detail. I personally only move my cam half way across the frame so i can make sure that I never get a gap
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