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Hi all,
Mac user. looking for panarma software to put my photos together. can you help?

Would love it to be free!
but happy to pay a little!

Can any one point my in a good directions
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Come on people just a little help
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You can use the photomerge function in Photoshop to do it but it doesn't work all that well unfortunately. The best one I've come across is the Canon Utility "PhotoStitch" - someone else may have a better one though.

I find the best way to do it is manually, despite it's time consuming process.

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Have you try Hugin? I did and this is a great piece of software.

http://www.freemacware.com/hugin/

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See these threads, where this was discussed. Hopefully some good ideas in there:

Creating Panoramics
Panorama application

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