My question may not be specific to astro, though it's certainly my intended use. I'm also quite new to astro itself, so appreciate all insights!
I've done plenty of panorama photos, have an "upside down" ballhead that makes level panning a breeze, and a L-bracket for vertical orientation.
Trying to shoot astro with my 35, I know I'll need AT LEAST 2 rows (do I need more than that?).. and I'm sort of wondering - HOW?
I don't have or want to use any other special rigs, but how do I go about getting my multi-row panorama while dealing with that "arc" that would certainly happen on the top row when I'm not longer level with the horizon?