As a landscape photographer, one of the things I prefer is a wide or panoramic photograph. Creating a panoramic image isn't as difficult as many might think.
In this video, Brian Northmore teaches you that you can shoot panoramic images with the gear you already have. Panoramic photos can be a little tricky, but if you know a few of the basic elements, you'll produce some great images in a relatively short time.
I admire photographers who don't immediately recommend you buying a bunch of new gear to do something. Surely, you can buy a few things to make shooting panos easier, but if you're just getting started, you don't need them. Later, when you have more experience, you can investigate that advanced gear.
Brian walks you through the basics, starting with leveling your tripod, focusing, use of the image stabilizer, and exposure. Moving on to additional tips for camera movement and finding your set of photographs, he teaches things that you might not be able to figure out on your own but will definitely save you some effort.
Finishing up the tips, he covers shooting in raw and a quick run-through on how to stitch the images in Lightroom. If you haven't shot panoramic images, this video will surely help get you started off on the right foot.