What happens when you capture quality images:
Why shoot with a dSLR as opposed to a digital Point and Shoot camera? Is it really worth it?
dSLR image files have a remarkable flexibility. They can be manipulated, pushed and stretched in editing to a much greater extent.
This panoramic image was captured using a good camera and good practice. During editing we can extract so much more from this type of file.
This kind of adjustment is not possible with the files created by a point and shoot camera, they don’t have the detail, exposure latitude or low noise characteristics needed.
Great job Mack.