Ever since the inclusion of merge to pano in Adobe Camera Raw, I have truly enjoyed creating panos. They show the world in a different fashion which can be very enjoyable with landscapes. Now finding a purpose and space for them afterward is a different story.
While in Orlando I made sure to shoot a little bit of nightscapes of the Rosen Centre and the conference hall. A couple things to consider when doing panos. First make sure that when you compose you leave a little bit of each section in the next photo so that the computer has something to align the images with. Next try and keep the horizon line as level as possible. Not always easy to do especially when using a tripod which brings up the last point. If you’re doing a nightscape be sure to use a tripod.