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Stop Press! iOS6 and Olloclip have made this 'Ible out of date but it's here as a bit of history now. There's no wide-angle lens on an iPhone, ...
Digital panoramas are made by joining separate pictures together. The software looks for the best match between similar parts of different images. If you give it exactly the ...
Notice the re-framing across the scene to the right but the second shot still includes the key items from the first shot.
Keep moving across the scene, looking for suitable overlapping areas for good joins.
Just keep going, thinking about good clear overlaps.
Continue as before.
Repeat the technique.
The last one in this series.
Use the AutoStitch app to pull in all the shots in your series. Then simply ask it to stitch them together.
AutoStitch may surprise you with the way it patches your pictures togeher. Some photographers like this as an art effect, others don't. It's a personal choice, so I've ...
Autostitch will automatically crop the final image into the best rectangle for you if you wish.
I wanted a crisp snow scene in black and white, so it's time to say thanks and goodbye to AutoStitch and use Photogene to get rid of the ...
Most snow scenes look dull from auto-exposure sytems like that in the iPhone's camera. I like my shots to "pop" a bit more, so I run them through an ...
My thanks to Meg Pickard over at Meish Dot Org for inspiring me to develop my own AutoStitch technique. I really like what she does with her iPhone ...
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