Taking a photo of massive or large-scale objects is a real pain even for pro photographers. A breath-taking old temple barely fit the camera view. Making several shots and stitching them together into the panorama would be a solution.
You don't need a professional large format scanner to scan a oversized image. In fact, you can simply stitch smaller scanned pieces together. Here is how.
Discover a three-click way to convert multiple microscope pictures into a single seamless image. Thanks to automatic image processing by PhotoStitcher, you can glue microscope shots together quickly and easily!
This tutorial answers a very common question: “how to make a big image from multiple small satellite photographs. With PhotoStitcher, the answer is merely three steps away!
Merging photos into a panorama often leads to unsightly empty areas on the final stitched image. Inpaint momentarily restores those black areas saving the natural non-cropped look of the photo and retaining author's composition.