Yesterday, inspired by another thread -- https://www.photographerslounge.org/showthread.php?t=33280 -- I downloaded Microsoft's ICE (Image composite editor) and experimented with it briefly. I liked it; it's quick and easy. So this AM, I got to wondering if ICE would stitch together panoramas that had been created in-camera. I shot three quick panos of my office: Dropping them into ICE, here's the result: If you ignore the weird ceiling line, which is probably due to my poor handheld panning technique, I don't think the results are bad. Cheers, Jock PS -- there will be a 50-cent fine for every smart remark about the cluttered condition of my office!