The basic steps – or workflow – are quite similar for all the different multishot techniques described in this book. The main differences are the actual applications or techniques used for merging images. A typical workflow will have four main phases:
1. Shooting the images
2. Preparation of the images for the merging process
3. Merging the original images into a single, new image
4. Post-processing. Here you will fine-tune your results, remove artifacts that result from the merging process, and finally (optionally) increase local contrast.
This chapter will provide an overview of a typical multishot workflow, and will ...