Panoramic photography allows you to shoot wider than a camera can see; up to a full 360 degrees circle. The morning panorama section we’ll cover setting up the camera, overlapping images, processing the RAW files and pano conversion (aka stitching) in Photoshop and Lightroom. HDR techniques allows the you to photograph the full dynamic range of a scene by combining a group of exposures that make up the total dynamic range of the seen into one finished image. The afternoon HDR segment will cover camera setup, exposure bracketing, image alignment and image merging software, (Photoshop CC, Lightroom and Photomatix). Basic knowledge of photography and your camera is required. A tripod is recommended; however two will be available for use.