Panoguide: the guide to panoramas and panoramic photography
James Rigg has created a comprehensive site devoted to panoramic photos. Here you find tips & tricks, software reviews and hundreds of examples in the gallery.
Philippe E. Hurbain has very special tips for shooting panorama pictures. The virtual tripod is a good technique if you don`t want to carry heavy equipment. What I like most on this website: "Kite aerial panoramic photography" - How to shoot panoramas from a kite.
International Association of Panoramic Photographers
Yes, there is an association. And you can join them.
A Timeline of Panoramic Cameras
Bill McBride put the history of panoramic photography together from 1843 to 1994.
Panoramic Photographs in the Library of Congress
A collection of several thousend panoramic pictures. Examples, short biographies of the photographers and a bibliography.
Panorama Tools of Helmut Dersch
Tips & Tricks and the old but one and only panorama tools. Don`t expect the website to have any design. Helmut Dersch is a German physics and mathematics professor. That explains it all.
A graphical (and commercial) front-end to Panorama Tools, that brings some usability to the work of Helmut Dersch.