I’ve been playing around with my camera since recently buying it. I must say that I really enjoy taking pictures… but some things have come up. The first is that I now desire a couple extra lenses… but that might be worked on around Christmas time 😉 The other main thing that has been on my mind is to create a nice panoramic picture. I took a bunch of shots of the Baltimore skyline the other day, and I want to stitch them together to make one big picture. So… in an effort to research how this is done, I came across this site. The Panorama Tools Assistant (PTAssembler) tool seems to do everything (and probably more) that I need.
Also, an important tidbit to note is that the process of combining the images into one large image is referred to as stitching.
The computed horizontal field of view (FOV) for my lens is: 67.423. This was computed by the focal length: (18mm * 1.5 = 27mm) The 27mm is the 35mm equivalent.