Easy? Perhaps. A basic task with a twist.
-I’m looking to create a single top down map-like image, using images captured on my phone of a network of stone paths… so not a panorama.
-Resolution is not an issue being that ultimately I will vectorize the stone path, but first I need the source image to trace.
I’m capable of this on a rudimental level, using photoshop-illustrator, but am looking for ideas to simplify my undertaking.
What I’ve tried so far…
…capturing a series of panoramic images using my phone to later stitch. The problem is that the panoramic function does not know what to do with the scanning of a surface versus the swiping of a vista.
…creating a top down video, importing every 10th frame or so into photoshop, and stitching them there. This technically works but consumes more time than I care to feed it.
I assume the solution lies in an iphone app or a photoshop function I’m yet to be aware of or an add-on…?
Any ideas would be much appreciated!
- Sam, the GDF newebee