Panoramas creating mutant humans

The long and short of it is, panorama's don't always work out.
The long and short of it is, panorama's don't always work out.
We can't really explain what is going on here.
We can't really explain what is going on here.
A panoramic shot turns this man into Quasimodo.
A panoramic shot turns this man into Quasimodo.
There's nothing like feeling the sand beneath your feet and the fresh sea air against your palms.
There's nothing like feeling the sand beneath your feet and the fresh sea air against your palms.
It's just like in the cartoons.
It's just like in the cartoons.
These specs are almost bigger than the ones they had in the 70s.
These specs are almost bigger than the ones they had in the 70s.
Argh!
Argh!
Things are getting freaky in this photo.
Things are getting freaky in this photo.
There's something not quite right with this photo.
There's something not quite right with this photo.
What ever is happening here just has to stop.
What ever is happening here just has to stop.
It's mesmerising.
It's mesmerising.
Say cheese!
Say cheese!
What is happening here?
What is happening here?

This post was originally posted on Mashable.com.

Panoramic photos capture an entire landscape with one smooth swoop of the camera. But add a moving human to the scene, and the bucolic countryside can look like it's been overrun by mutants.

Photographers hoping to snap epic panoramas end up with snapshots epic for an unexpected reason. Deformed heads, Stretch Armstrong-style limbs and faces missing features all happen when panoramas go wrong — or right, depending on your perspective.

Proceed to shoot in panorama with caution, amateur photogs. And visit the r/panoramicsgonewrong on Reddit for even more panoramic photo fails.

Mashable.com