On 4/15/07, Julien Michielsen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> It regularly so happens I'd like to merge/overlap two digital pictures.
> Gimp does have tools to fit two pictures by hand (take one picture as a
> layer, and turn and twist them till they fit almost perfectly). However,
> almost perfectly may not be good enough, and I wonder if a search proce-
> dure could be develloped to find margins of two pictures that almost
> perfectly overlap?  I suppose it will be impossible to find regions that
> really perfectly overlap, as the light may vary, a butterfly might
> happen to have come inside the picture, and so on.  I may be mistaken,
> but as far as I know photoshop can automaticaly overlap two pictures.
> Did Gimp ever try to automaticaly achieve perfect overlaps of two pic-
> tures, and - if this had been considered impossible - have the merits of
> fuzzy logic been considerd to achieve this aim?
> --
> Julien Michielsen


Have you ever tried hugin?

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