Open Source panorama software

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Tony’s Cottage

I am asked every now and again what I use to make the panoarmas I occasionally post to Flickr.
Well, until recently I used some OEM software – Canon PhotoStitch.
Then my brother-in-law Tony told me that Photoshop could do it.
I was flabbergasted because he was right!
So I used Photoshop to do this picture, which is Tony’s new cottage, appropriately enough.

Tonight I discovered some open source software that may also do the job.
I haven’t used them yet, but thought I would post about them in case anyone else was interested.
They are
hugin,
autopano-sift,
and
enblend.

I (or maybe Iain if he beats me to it) will post more when I’ve tried them out.
Or maybe Jeff will give it a shot.
Who knows?

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rae

Mac developer

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