I stitch landscape panoramas from the images I get using this camera. I jumped straight from medium format to this camera and have no regrets. Usually 4 or 5 images for a pano is what I use. Some software was choking on the resulting file sizes, so I put 16gb memory into a quad core motherboard, using just the built-in video card and no more choking. If I mount the camera on a tripod I find it is easy to bracket multiple exposures of a relatively still scene just by turning a dial. I usually do 2 stops under, 1 stop under, one at and one over for a standard landscape. This is a great asset for capturing low and high light levels in a scene. I am used to medium format film, and being able to bracket makes me feel at home because my images now have even broader latitude than the scanned film did. Gotta say the film was amazing though, if scanned carefully. The toughest part I find with this Canon is getting detail into the brightest clouds but I am working on that, and soon hope to say I know something about digital cameras.