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Panorama Print Collection by Daryl L. Hunter
Triptych Panorama Oxbow Bend in Grand Teton National Park
Redfish Lake Reflection, Stanley Idaho, Sawtooth National Recreation Area
 
Succor Creek, Owyhee Country Oregon
Autumn, Grand Tetons, Oxbow Bend, Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, Panorama Print
 
Lost River Range, central Idaho, Challis, Idaho
Sunrise, reflection, Two Jack Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
 
Sawtooth Range panorama at sunrise, little redfish lake, Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Stanley Idaho
Mount Borah, Mountain Storm, Sunset, snow capped mountains, Mackey Idaho
 
Stormy Day, Grand Tetons, Grand Teton National Park, Panorama landscape, elk, buckrail fence, ranch, japped peaks, Wyoming
Mount Fuji Sunrise, Izu Peninsual, Japan, pink sky,
 
Teton River, Grand Tetons, Teton Valley, Idaho
Full moon over Teton Valley Idaho and the Grand Tetons of Wyoming
 
Lower Waterfoul Lake, Panorama, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Banff National Park, Canada
San Juan Autumn, Dallas Divide, fall color, golden aspen, panorama print, Ridgeway Colorado
 
Teton Mon Sunrise, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Falls Creek Falls, Frozen Waterfall, iciciles, steam, blue sky, Snake River, Swan Valley, Idaho
 
Eagle eye view, Oxbow Bend, Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Autumn, Wyoming
Settin moon, sunrise, Glacier View, Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, wyoming
 
Pink Pyramid Lake, Sunrise, reflection, Pink Sky, calm water, tranquil
Jenny lake, reflection, panorama landscape, tranquility, calm waters, teton range, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
 
Window Arches, Arched National Park, Panorama landscape, desert, moab, utah, blue sky,
Crystal Lake, reflection, San Juan Mountains, Autumn, Colorado, landscape photographer, panorama landscape
 
Stanley Lake Reflection, Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Mount McGowen, Stanley, Idaho
Grand Tetons, Teton range, Bridger Teton National Forest, autumn, Grand Teton Park, yellow aspens, red aspens, autumn.
 
Saint Mary Lake, Sunrise, wild goos island, panorama landscape, pink sky, Glacier National Park, Montana
Setting moon, Teton Range, Grand Teton National park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
 
Crater Lake, Sunset, volcano, winter, snow covered, Oregon
Badlands, Dubois, Wyoming, Absaroka Mountains, Panorama Landscape, Wyoming,
 
Autumn, Grand Tetons, Oxbow Bend, Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, Panorama Print
Henry's LCentennial Mountain reflection, Island Park, Idaho
 
Grand Prismatic Sprint Panorama, Yellowstone National Park
Bridger Teton National Forest, Grand Teton National Park, Teton Range, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Sunrise, jagged peaks, Autumn, panorama landscape
 
Alpenglow, setting moon, sunrise, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, Teton Range
Waimea Canyon Panorama, Island of Kauai, Hawaii
 
Henrys Fork of the Snake River as it flows through Ashton Idaho, The Grand Tetons are the serrated peaks beyond.
big moon, jagged peaks, Teton Range, full moon, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park
 
Buckrail fnece, winding fence, Jagged peaks, Jackson Hole, Grand Teton Natonal Park, Wyoming,
Fall Creek Falls, waterfall, Swan Valley, Idaho, snake river, sliky water,
 
Autumn, reflections, Two Medicine Lake, Glacier Natonal Park, East Glacier, Montana
Ranch, Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, Buckrail fence, leading line, snow capped peaks
 
Peyto Lake, Panorama Landscape, icefields parkway, banff national park, Alberta Canada, Canadian rockies, Canada, glacial lake, moraine
Alpenglow, swiftcurrent lake, reflection, Glacier National Park, Montana
 
Ranch, Lost River Range, Little Lost Highway, central Idaho
Lake  Coeur-d'alene, Idaho
 
Sunrise, thunderstorm, pink sky, Morro Bay, California, morro rock, beach, sand dunes,
Pink sunrise, Teton Range, Grand Tetons, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, setting moon,
 
Autumn at Salt River Pass above Star Valley Wyoming.
Panorama Photography ~ Panoramic photography, also known as wide format photography, is a special technique that stitches multiple images from the same camera together to form a single, wide or tall photographic print.

Panoramic displays offer a unique approach to impact your lobby or great room of a home; this impact is made the moment a guest or potential client steps foot in your home or lobby.  While increasingly common in corporate and hotel lobbies, panoramas can dominate spaces and overwhelm visitors in the best of ways. Panoramic displays are more of a compliment to a lobby or entryway, lending “wow” factor to your space.

Panorama prints are also popular in what are known as triptych, tetraptych, pentaptych panel prints. A "triptych" is a three-part work; a tetraptych or quadriptych has four parts and a pentaptych had five panels. The composition of the work dictates how a work can be divided.

Making panoramic images isn't spontaneous point-and-shoot photography; it takes some preparation, it can get quite complex and expensive. The lighting can change drastically from 0° to 90° so exposure is much more complicated for a multi-frame panorama that for a single exposure image mandating increased computer processing time.  Properly executing panoramic images is not only an extremely rewarding skill, but also a necessary one when printing art measuring in feet instead of inches because of the necessary resolution.

Panoramic photography requires an array of specialized brackets and tripod heads.  These are designed to ensure that the camera rotates around the focal plane of the camera lens, otherwise known as the nodal point. Parallax or the shifting of an object as the camera changes position is the enemy of the panorama photographer. Understanding “nodal point” of the lens and the hardware to correct parallax distortion are some of the tools of the process. As photographers, we’re not stuck with the traditional, constrained shapes that our cameras provide if we go the extra mile.   Not all panoramas make it from the field, to thecomputer, to the market because of all the challenges mentioned above.