« on: January 27, 2015, 11:49:40 PM »
So, Mr. private, it can get better than this? Especially if my subject is farther away, reduce the effect of the moving front lens? That's good. I was kind of hoping not to have to drop $300 on Photoshop. I have an old one, but at some point I want to get the new one, but I don't want to sign up for that creative cloud extortion deal. Not yet.
It can get perfect, especially when there is nothing too obvious closer to the camera. But with an adjustment to your technique the subject distance is not an issue, you can stitch macro shots, but if you pay closer attention to your entrance pupil then you will get better results all around.
The bigger issue I had with the Canon PhotoStitch was the unevenness of skies when the vignetting wasn't removed adequately.