Panoramics the Easy Way - AutoStitch

My friend Mark gave me the heads up on this terrific program that stitches together multiple pictures into a single panoramic picture.

I took these three pictures of the Tower Bridge in London with the intent that I would later merge them together in Photoshop into a panoramic rendering. I also have a series of pictures from China that I took in 2006 with that same intent. Note that I don't claim to have actually DONE anything with said pictures (I finally had the China pictures developed last December - I had given up on my original goal to create the panoramic - until now!).






After downloading the Autostitch program, selecting these three files and clicking a button, here is the resulting panoramic:



So I then processed the pictures from Nanchang, JiangXi Provence, China. I can't wait to get it printed and scrapped!



Here's the link for the Autostitch Program

agent713  – (February 21, 2008 at 5:02 PM)  

Those look awesome! How will you print them?

shirley  – (February 21, 2008 at 6:25 PM)  

I have sized the China print to 24" across the horizontal and 5+" along the vertical. I will essentially cut the picture in half along the horizontal and print out 2-12x6's. I use mpix.com and they have that size.

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