Sunday, May 29, 2011

From Cambridge in colour, Photo Stitching Digital Panoramas, Part 2: Using Stitching software.

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Hi Pentaxian friends.

It's a long weekend for us in the U.S.   It's Memorial Day, and usually signify the beginning of Summer and the first BBQ on the grill for the summer. I got my big juicy steaks marinating tonight for cooking tomorrow. Yum!

Continuing on the excellent lesson of yesterday, via Cambridge in Colour.

Digital photo stitching software is the workhorse of the panorama-making process, and can range from providing a fully automatic one-click stitching, to a more time-consuming manual process. This is part 2 of the tutorial, which assumes all individual photos have already been properly captured (stage 1 below is complete); for stage 1 and an overview of the whole stitching process please visit part 1...continue reading on Cambridge in Colour.

Thanks for reading and hope you are having a great weekend.

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