We all seem to love panoramas…those images that stretch-out before us, much like the horizon itself, though certainly not limited to the horizon. I guess it’s fair to say that most of us think of a panoramic image as one that’s composed that way in-camera. It might be with a camera capable of capturing the panoramic perspective or with a traditional camera that captures several images, horizontal or vertical, that are later “stitched” together in an application like Photoshop. Then, of course, there are those images captured in the traditional “35 mm format” that are later cropped to a horizontal perspective. The latter won’t enlarge as much as the former still, depending on how they are ultimately presented for viewing can be quite effective.