Slowly but surely I've been processing shots from a recent trip to California. Here's a panorama of Yosemite Valley shot from Glacier Point in the late afternoon. Bit of a cliche shot, but I had to do it. Click on the image for full resolution, which is ~6MB. Originally, I shot about 7 frames covering ~120 degrees. I cropped most of the right side out for composition. Shot in RAW with the Oly 14-42mm kit lens @ 22mm, f13, ISO 200, 1/500s. PP done in LR3. Of course, comments and criticism are welcome! --- EDIT Based on the feedback, I came up with this version: I realized I was stacking noise reduction in the original in the way I processed it, which led to that "painted" look when you view at 1:1. I consequently reduced the amount of noise reduction done here. I also cropped a little differently, and also turned told PS to correct the geometric distortion during stitching. Further, I ended up leaving the illuminated section in the bottom right instead of painting over it, although I'm not sure I like that. I'm thinking of doing a 3rd version with the same PP as this one, but with the original crop, just straightened a tad. Unfortunately, I'll have to start completely from scratch, since this version was produced from a limited set of source images (essentially pre-cropped, if that makes sense). It's a bit difficult working with such high-resolution images!