Sometimes the standard dimensions of a photograph simply can’t capture a grand scenic, you need to capture a larger viewpoint than what’s visible in the viewfinder. That’s when I employ panoramic photography. These are photos of Denver that have stitched together to make prints that are larger than a single photograph taken from a camera. Its a technique I often employ when capturing the Denver skyline. The long spread of the Rocky Mountains and the city’s layout lend themselves to this type of crop. The detail is incredible and these types of images can be printed up to 5 feet long. Everything is just cooler in a 16:9 ratio anyway, right? They are commonly referred to as pano,panos,panoramas,panoramics, and stitched photographs.