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PostPosted: Fri Mar 14, 2008 6:32 pm 
I've just finished reading a small article in Outdoor Photographer that discusses stiching together of frames. I have an Olympus 510 that I have used the feature but a few times, but what the author speaks about is a technique that is related to stitching that I was not familiar with before.

He states you can take multiple photos of the same area and because you do not move greatly away from the framed area in question (multiple overlap) the resulting image when stitched will have higher quality than from a single frame for the final composite shot. He spoke of a particular shot he took that reminded him of a 4 x 5, at that the final image was nearly 300MB in size.

I'm curious if anyone has done this technique, and utilzed the stitching software one normally uses, such as with the Olympus Master software?

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