The morning, seen from just outside Jörgen and Milka's house. This panorama was shot hand-held, using a Panasonic TZ7/ZS3. It was an unplanned experiment, as the TZ7 doesn't have full manual control of shutter and aperture. I set the white balance, just to avoid any problems with tone, and then tried to keep the shutter speed at around 1/400 - 1/500. Vertically, I offset the images by half a picture height, and horizontally by about a third. The end result was that I was missing everything from nadir to about 45 degrees up, and the same for zenith. Thankfully, though, the sky could be filled in using Photoshop's content-aware fill - with a little cloning brush help; and the ground could be made to look semi-realistic using a lot of cloning brush.