The one on the left was taken in Lower Manhattan, in the Financial District. It’s unusual for me in that it’s a vertical pano. It was taken with a 10-20mm Sigma lens, set at 11mm.
The curvature should be expected, because this is a very wide angle lens. Even with that, there’s no way I could have caught this scene with one shot alone.
Below is a more conventional panorama, from nine individual shots taken on the Empire State Building. The center of the photo faces north. These shots were taken with a slightly more normal 30mm lens.
This second pano uses nine individual shots. Using your mouse, you can look around, while zooming in or out. I’ve never packaged a photo like this before. Thanks CleVR