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Does Affinity have the facility to stitch together photos to create a panoramic image?  If so, please can you direct me to it - I've had a good hunt but can't find it.  I have to admit, the software is new to me so I may have missed it.  Thank you.

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Hi LMB, welcome to the forums.


It's not been added to the release version yet, but auto-alignment of layers, which can be used to stitch panoramas, has been added to the 'customer beta' version of Affinity Photo.


The customer beta is a test release featuring new developments before they are included in a Mac App Store update, and it's available for Affinity Photo owners to install and use from further down the forum


Cheers, Dale.

Twitter: @Writer_Dale
Affinity apps run on: Ryzen 5 3600, 32GB RAM, GTX1650 Super

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Hello Dale - Thanks for the reply.  I shall try out the beta thing and cross fingers.  It's odd that Apple don't include it in their Photo programme, and that Affinity didn't do it - seems quite standard to me.


Thanks for your help.


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