Often in workshops when putting together a new story I end up with whiteboards covered in notes, models and images – and no time to record it all before we leave the room. So I end up grabbing a series of photos and then trying to stitch them together.
This often ends up looking poor with horrible image boundaries and different light levels from each photo distracting from the content.
All that has changed. Microsoft Research has released the Image Composite Editor and all you need to do now is drop the images into the software and it will stitch them together and make it look great. In most cases you don’t even need to lay them out in order, the software can work all that out for you.