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Hello,

This error often happens when I stitch panoramas of flat surfaces. I use this a lot in documenting paintings, murals, etc.

99% of the stitch will be fine, but there will often be a little section near an edge where it completely misaligns. 

I have tried to use the mesh warp tool, but can't seem to resolve it completely. 

Thank you for any help.

John

mural_photo_with_mistake.afphoto

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Check out the AP Panorama Stitching tutorial (especially, starting at around 1:13) which goes over the process of correcting problems with panorama stitching. At present, panorama stitching has to be corrected at the time the panorama is first made (since AP will not save individual layers and masks – only the final output). Basically, you can tell the Panorama stitching algorithm to fill in a particular area of a panorama from a different source image. This might be the solution to your issue.

 

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For basic tricky panoramas see also:

Tricky Panoramas (Official Affinity Photo tutorial from 2017)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvB4fwmlEGw

How to Align, Mask and Edit a Multi-Photo Panorama in Affinity Photo from InAffinity in 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFo_6zKOL6w

When all else fails, you can, without too much difficulty, use Affinity Photo's very robust stacking functions and masking to manually create your panorama non-destructively to allow great flexibility with all layers preserved in your afphoto file. Then if you discover a problem later you can return to the stack for additional adjustments.

How to Make Panoramas Non-Destructively in Affinity Photo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eSLyZA0Zao

APhoto's Stack functions are much more robust than is usually mentioned in tutorials, as I pointed out at
https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/114815-create-an-action-sequence-by-stacking-panned-photos/

 

Affinity Photo 2.0.0.1640, Affinity Publisher 2.0.0.1640, Windows 10 Home x64 version 22H2, 
Dell XPS 8940, 16 GB Ram, Intel Core i7-11700K @ 3.60 GHz, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060

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