Thanks to Chris and the rest of the team! One important thing that got left on the cutting-room floor. When shooting any panorama ALL of your settings should be the same shot to shot -- your focus, your ISO, your aperture, your shutter speed, and your white balance, otherwise it will be a hot mess. If your camera has an "AEL/AFL" button set to lock both exposure and focus, this takes care of all the variables except the white balance, and if you're shooting RAW you can correct that later.
This was loads of fun to do! I'm going to try it out for myself soon.
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