A lot of us spend most of our photographic time in a 4:3 or 3:2 image format or something close to those, but of course, there's an entire different world awaiting you when you make those ratios a bit more extreme. This excellent video will give you some helpful tips for better panoramic images.
Coming to you from Craig Roberts of e6 Vlogs, this great video talks through some very practical tips and tricks for creating better panoramic photos. As Roberts mentions, although all the ordinary rules of composition apply (having a strong foreground element, etc.), just by virtue of the shape of a panorama, your viewer is very likely to take it in rather strictly from left to right, particularly since it might not fit completely in their field of view at a comfortable viewing distance. As such, you have to be particularly careful of not just the placement of elements of interest as they relate to depth in the photo, but also as they relate horizontally. At the same time, that's an opportunity to create especially compelling leading lines, as their extra length strengthens their impact on the image. Give the video above a watch for more helpful tips.