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Stitching Panoramas With Hugin and Some GIMP Post-Processing

Here’s how I created the panoramas that I posted to my GUADEC 2010 photo album (on Flickr and on Picasa).

I used the Hugin panorama photo stitcher and did some post-processing using GIMP. Hugin should be available in the repositories of your GNU/Linux distro, and it’s dead simple to use.

These are four pictures I took at the intersection of Grote Halstraat, Hoogstraat, and Gravenstraat in The Hague with a camera phone. I made sure that the pictures have enough overlap. (The Hugin tutorial recommends 20% to 30% overlap.)

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