On Thu, 13 Nov 2008 08:58:23 -0500, tony cooper
It does work, Dave. It aligns two images if the images are the same
No panorama involved. Just a table-top shot of some objects with the
lighting redirected in some shots. Masking used later to reveal the
best-lit objects on both sides. Perfect alignment needed because one
object would be mask-revealed with the lighting coming from both
Thanks for clearing up, Tony, and sorry Johan, you were right, thus.
To explain, this was a complete misunderstanding, Tony, when you spoke
of something on the left in one and on the right in the other one. And
it had to align. Maybe my understanding of the English language is not
always as good as I thought:-)
Assuming that both images are 3008 x 2000, and two photographs are
taken of the same scene, but with something on the left in one, and
something on the right in the other, and I want to combine the two
shots by masking the left and right side on the respective images, how
do I make the background line up precisely?
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