For those that think the Olympus 45mm 1.8 is a portrait lens, here's a new twist: I took 14 images of the Boston skyline in portrait orientation and stitched them together using Hugin. This is my second attempt at a Boston skyline and it won't be my last, but I think it's getting better. Most of my improvements were made from advice I gathered here on mu_43... thanks! All 14 images were taken with my E-PM1, mounted vertical on a tripod in jpeg. Aperture Priority Mode - F8, ISO 200, AWB. Olympus 45mm 1.8 - manual focus using 10x and VF-2. Images rotated with iPhoto, stitched and cropped with Hugin (set lens to 45m rectilinear 2x crop factor, set exposure tab to optimize for high dynamic range/variable white balance/fixed exposure, output jpeg 90%). All other settings left as defaults. Please share any tips or comments you may have. I'm just starting to learn my way around my camera and the software I have. I'd really like to get better at this before I head to Las Vegas in April. That city just begs for the panoramic treatment! Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Click the image and then click "O" at the top for the full res (18774x1834 ) image.