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Stitching software?

leonardevens

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leonardevens Gold Member Nikonian since 22nd May 2011
Mon 22-Apr-13 08:28 PM | edited Sun 28-Apr-13 12:44 AM by jrp

In the past I've used stitching software to produce an image when my widest angle lens could not encompass the scene. I worked with tiff files produced by scanning 4 x 5 negatives.

I would like to try something similar with my Nikon d800. I have the 24-70 mm lens, but 24 mm is not wide enough for some building facades taken from across a city street.

What software is available to do this, and does it work with NEF files, or do I need to shoot tiff images?

In the past I've use the program hugin under Linux, but if necessary I can work under Windows 7.

Leonard Evens
Professor Emeritus, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University

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