On Sat, Aug 29, 2009 at 07:29:54PM +0200, Carusoswi wrote:
> One thing that has me confused: My series of shots were of the neighbor's
> flower and rock garden across the street from me. I found that creating a
> layer mask and gradient was less effective than just lining up the
> images and using Gimp's perspective tool to keep street curb lines and
> perspective elements within tolerance more effective.
> After flattening my image, I went in and cloned away some of the more
> seam lines (in the street, at the curbs, etc.), and the results seem great
> Thoughts/advice appreciated.
Have you tried this?
On linux/Ubuntu to install it you just have to do in a terminal:
sudo apt-get install hugin
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