The panoramic landscapes below were taken with a variety of cameras including the Canon EOS XT/350D, Canon 300D/Digital Rebel SLR and a Nikon F-601 film-based camera. Some tweaking in Adobe PhotoShop was done to enhance the colors slightly. Other images have been sent in by readers.

Whatever method you use to get your photographs onto a PC (either by taking original digital images or scanning negatives or slides), AutoStitch will seamlessly stitch your images into a great panorama.

Click here to read the article on taking panoramic photos with your own camera.

The frozen wastes of Iceland. A panorama made from seven images stitched with AutoStitch. © Gary Nugent. Canon EOS 350D, 18-55mm zoom lens.

The Teide volcano on Tenerife in the Canary Islands. A panorama made from five images stitched with AutoStitch. © Gary Nugent. Canon EOS 350D, 18-55mm zoom lens.

The Lasithi Plateau in central Crete. A panorama made from two images stitched with AutoStitch. © Gary Nugent. Canon EOS 300D, 18-55mm zoom lens.

A view of a landscape in central Crete in the way to the Lasithi Plateau. A panorama made from three images stitched with AutoStitch. © Gary Nugent. Canon EOS 300D, 18-55mm zoom lens.

The rolling hills of Wicklow, south of Dublin in Ireland. A panorama made from eight images stitched with AutoStitch. © Gary Nugent. Canon EOS 300D, 18-55mm zoom lens.

Mt Burgess in British Columbia, Canada. Taken with a Nikon F-601 SLR camera and ISO 100 Fuji Slide film. A panorama made from three scanned images stitched with AutoStitch. © Gary Nugent.

The mountainous slopes of Gran Canaaria in the Canary Islands. Taken with a 3 Megapixel camera that auto-exposes each frame. A panorama made from four images stitched with AutoStitch. © Amanda Bloxham.

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