There are two meanings of the work panorama in photography, one is simply the shape of a cropped or otherwise extreme aspect ratio image that often depicts a long horizontal subject like a city skyline, etc. Another meaning is a fundamentally different type of image which is actually a composite image composed of multiple images taken at slightly different angles of view. This second technique is what we'll be working on in class. With the composite panorama, you can actually capture 360 degrees of angle of view, which is quite surreal and not anything like a normal experience of seeing. This can be a fun experiment to portray broad angles of view in a single image.