These two towers are close by to where I live. They make an impressive mark on the skyline. Without doing a panorama, or towerama as I call it, it’s virtually impossible to get a good “angle” to photograph them from.
There were actually 24 photos taken, 12 x HDR and 12 x non-HDR, 3 wide by 4 high Landscape. iPhone 4s photos are 8 megapixels. The towerama was stitched with PTGui Pro.
Both toweramas use “vedutismo” projection, which is the one I use most commonly, because photos look more “right” or “true” and I get maximum usable photo space on the finished panorama.
The first photo only uses the 12 HDR images, and is more “true to life” (master 117 megapixels) :
The second photo uses all 24 images (master 79 megapixels), and a bird has managed to get in shot :
(c) Don Charisma, taken in Thailand Nov-2013