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One of the reasons why many people prefer to use high-powered stitching programs is because in addition to seamlessly merging multiple abutting frames they also deal with the distortions inherent in combining shots taken at different angles from the same vantage point.
Stitching panoramics isn't terribly difficult, but it can take time and it certainly requires that you understand conceptually what it is that you're doing.
This could be corrected in Photoshop, but the point is that the stitched panel hardly shows keystoning at all because each of its composite frames was taken with a longer focal length.
Basic sewing lessons - machine stitching (374 words)
Stitching in the Ditch means stitching on the right side, in pressed-open seam, to fasten another piece of fabric underneath.
Done with matching thread and regular stitch length, it is invisible on the outside because it disappears into the "ditch" of the seam.
Stay-Stitching is a line of directional stitching, made before construction, to stabilize edges that might be pulled out of shape in handling.
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