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Article from Issue 81/2007

This month we look at photo stitching, photo gallery software, and the Atunes music player.

In our age of digital cameras, most people manage to shoot fairly good pictures. But to really impress with your photos, you need something more spectacular. Have you ever considered image stitching? Image stitching is a digital technique that involves tacking multiple images together to form a large-format panorama image. Photo stitching is gaining popularity now that digital cameras are inexpensive and small enough to fit in your pocket. A good camera does not guarantee an attractive panorama – you need the perfect tool to stitch the images together, or you could spend days tinkering in GIMP.

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