When Steve Cohen sent me his Deinonychus panorama shot, he enclosed another panorama. Here it is:
This is a typical example how you use panorama photography to get the same field of view as in a normal photograph, but have a higher detail resolution. Additionally, if Steve had wanted to, he could have used hugin to block out the people in the foreground to have an unobstructed view of the skeleton. On the other hand, they make a very good scale.
This is, obviously, the AMNH’s famous Apatosaurus mount.