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Unread 04-18-2006, 08:59 PM
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Stitching photos

For you Windows users, there is a free photo stitching program available on the AutoStitch website that is extremely easy to use. Maybe not professional quality but works great for the average shooter.

The Program:
Once the options are set, you just open the program and then open the files...that's it. It will produce an image called "pano.jpg" (if the file already exists from a previous stitching, it will be overwritten!).

Taking pics:
-make sure there is ~30% of overlap between the pics
-turn the camera when taking the pics, not your body

The Setup:
-instead of explaining it, this is what I have...

-You may want to mess with the 'output size'.

example 1
example 2 this is essentially a fish eye view so there will be distortion.
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Unread 04-18-2006, 09:30 PM
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those are sweet! bummer no mac version, though...
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Photoshop CS and Elements Mac/Windows

Photoshop CS and Elements both have their own stitching software too.

In Photoshop go to "file" -> "automate" -> "photomerge" then select your photos via the browse menu.

In Elements go to "file" -> "create photomerge" then select your photos via the browse menu. Very simple and quick!

I stitched 32 (RAW 6MB/file) photos of Ganhyeon together in photoshop to try it out. Not too bad, but I didn't use the advanced blending mode which gets all the contrast and lighting to match, as my computer kept running out of memory

Ok dowloaded Autostitch, no RAW plugin on the Demo , converted to small jpegs, here's the result. it was very quick! but there was 150 million less bytes to chew through!
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File Type: jpg Ganhyeon Autostitch.jpg (72.8 KB, 2 views)
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