Tony Hallas’ Cosmic Imaging: Create a mosaic
April 2011: Multiply your camera’s normal field of view.
February 21, 2011
|There will come a time in your astroimaging career when you will want to stitch (not stack, but combine) two images into one large one. The word mosaic comes from the ancient method of creating a piece of artwork from many small pieces of stone, glass, or other materials. In this case, you will use pieces of the sky you have photographed.|
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