The Luminous Landscape has a feature up by Doug Brown of showing some of the less obvious things that you can do with multi-shot digital panoramas. I tend to read The Luminous Landscape once or so per week; the primary author has some interesting opinions on camera gear, but I’m not a big fan of most of his images.

The panorama article is an entirely different kettle of fish. I’m in awe of most of the shots. Somehow he’s managed to create panoramic action shots using an ancient Olympus E10. The framing and lighting are great, and the panoramic format gives everything a very different feel then most journalistic shots of similar topics. It just goes to show that the photographer matters a lot more then the tools he uses.

This leaves me itching to go shoot panoramas. I guess I need to go look for OS X panorama stitchers–the last time I looked, it was a lot easier to stitch photos in Windows then on the Mac.