A panoramic photo can be a tremendously powerful image that can express how grand a subject is. At times it can be frustrating to create the image you want with the subject where you want it in the frame when your lens is not wide enough or you do not have enough room to back up. I am here to tell you that there is a simple solution for this problem. You can use virtually any lens you own, from super wide to narrow telephoto and still create a dramatic panoramic photo. A panoramic can be done by taking a photo at the start of where you want your final panoramic photo to begin and then overlapping 20% of your next frame on the last. Continue firing away like this until you have shot all the photo you want in your panoramic. Once complete you can use a program to stitch them all together into one long photo. Check out the video below as I demonstrate this technique.