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! Click the image and then click "O" at the top for the full res (18774x1834 ) image.