This is a panoramic photograph of the view at the top of Mt Tammany located on the New Jersey Side of the Delaware Water Gap, and is one of my favorite trails to hike. This trail has a difficulty rating of a 7 out of 10, by the Parks Commission. The climb ascends 1200 feet over 2 miles which makes the incline fairly steep, and at times almost treacherous. Because I live so close, I have the distinct pleasure of hiking this trail at least once a month. The mountain has always been there for me to depend on, when I am having a tough week.
This photograph was captured with my iPhone 4G. It was then stitched together seamlessly with Photoshop. Basically, if you want to turn your 6 megapixel camera into a 36 megapixel camera, just take 6 shots with a digital camera that has a 6 megapixel sensor and let Photoshop combine them. Just make sure you slightly overlap your shots, in order to aid Photoshop in deciding where you want to connect them.