Bigger sizes are better.
I've taken photos of this place (BCE place) before but this time I decided to try stitching multiple photos to create a taller photo to communicate the size of this place. One of my favorite architects, Santiago Calatrava is the designer of this beautiful Toronto landmark.
This photo is the result of stitching 6 photos shot hand held (I didn't have a tripod on me unfortunately, hence the wide aperture) in manual exposure (1/20s at f3.5). PTGui was used for stitching (thanks Leo, for introducing me to this amazing application).