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Photo Stitching Software - Which one ?

mark.carline

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allymac123

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I just use photoshop CS3's photomerge panorama option. But then I'm only combining at most like 12 shots, usually 6 or 7.
 

Matt_C

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I just used AUTOSTITCH for the first time to join a bunch of pics I took of Lower Manhattan and it came out great. I sent the joined image to a company I found on thr web that take digital photo's, enlarge them and print them onto canvas and got a reply saying the resolution is fine to do the above - should be with me next week!
 

Matt_C

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Yeah I meant to mention about the output size also. I found that if you added up the width of a;; the photo's and used that as the output width, then it does little in the way of resizing, and thus little in compressing

Mark - it's not on this computer, I'll try to remember to post it up :)
 

mark.carline

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thanks for your replies - I'll have a look at autostich.

I have just got a Canon 450d and aparently there might be some software on the CDROMs that it comes with (I normally dont bother with the free software that comes with cameras so I might give this a wirl !)

Canon Europe - PhotoStitch

b.t.w. Does anyone know what is "DEMO" about Autostitch - Does it timeout ??
 
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T0MAT01

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Yep photo stitch comes with the Canon software, but can be annoying to use - you have to make sure all of the photos are rotated the correct way up first. The joints don't seem to be as invisible as those from Autostitch either.
 

Matt_C

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Here's the pic I joined using Autostich;
 

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onamee360

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I just use photoshop CS3's photomerge panorama option. But then I'm only combining at most like 12 shots, usually 6 or 7.

I tried using photoshop's option for a panorama of the royal crescent in Bath using 3 shots but couldn't get a decent result. I don't know if it could have been to do with the input photos or just me doing it wrong. I ended up doing it manually in photoshop. Heres what I ended up with:
 

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mark.carline

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I tried using photoshop's option for a panorama of the royal crescent in Bath using 3 shots but couldn't get a decent result. I don't know if it could have been to do with the input photos or just me doing it wrong. I ended up doing it manually in photoshop. Heres what I ended up with:

Nice picture! - Did you try autostitch ?

AutoStitch

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