I created this panorama using Photoshop's Photomerge feature, which I've not used before. The original panorama was made up of 7 shots, and ended up way too long and thin, so I had to crop it, which was a shame, as there was a lot of interest on either side of the image. Next time I might try doing two rows of images, to get more height and improve the proportions. After I'd created the panorama, I imported it into Aperture (the Mac alternative to Lightroom) to do the processing. Click on the photo to see a bigger version.
I've had Aperture for a couple of weeks now. It normally costs over $300, but Apple recently made it available for download on the Mac app store at a discounted price of just over $100, so Iain bought it for me to try out. I much prefer it to Adobe Bridge for managing my photos, and it's an easy to use but powerful photo editor, too. I'd recommend it for anyone who's into photography and uses a Mac.