For the panorama image, I performed the simple automatic process. I selected the given sample pictures from the website, and the program stitched them together to create the single panoramic image.
For the HDR post, I merged the 3 different exposured pictures taken from the samples on the website. I then did a simple levels adjustment to adjust the lighting in the picture to fit my needs. I then inserted an embedded pictures of clear skies over the top of the mountain which couldn't help but overlap into the mountains, but I was able to mask out the layer over the mountains so that it only affected the sky. From then I adjusted the opacity of the embedded image, so that it only partially showed up giving the image lighter skies than the original picture.