......is quite good. Took a load of photos of Lyme Bay Saturday and let Photoshop chug away at them for a good 5 mins and it managed to pop this out.....
Took a bit of tidying and cropping but I am quite impressed - the old method I used to use was always a hit and miss affair....
That's a cool shot - what version of Photoshop do you have?
The latest one - CS5 - a few of the plug-ins were missing that I used donkeys years ago so I have installed those again - contact sheet being the main one.
Originally Posted by tech_guy
I use Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE) which is a free download from Microsoft Research Image Composite Editor (ICE) It's quick and does an excellent job. It won't do RAW files but if you use TIFFs you can load it into Photoshop to enhance the picture later. I have got much better results with ICE. The best one I took was of a rescue helicoptor, it appeared in several photos as it flew across the view so when I stitched them together I ended up with several helicoptors!