Stitching photos together does not have to be a difficult task at all. With the right tools, you can get this done in a quick manner with time to spare. Now, the tool in question today is called Photo Stitcher, and it has the ability to stitch photos together automatically.
Not only that, but the user can add annotations among other things to their photos if they so wish. Photo Stitcher is not the most powerful tool out there for this type of task, but if you’re an amateur, then what we have here should be enough.
Free photo stitching software for Windows 10
Photo Stitcher is a free image joiner software that will allow you to easily stitch photos together in Windows 10. Let us take a look at its features.
1] Stitching and Spacing
OK, so when it comes down to stitching images together, this task is very simple. Just click on Add, then select the images you want to stitch. You can also drag and drop images if you so wish. Now, once the images have been added, they will automatically come together as a single entity.
Bear in mind that by default, added images are stitched together horizontally. You can change this to vertical if you so wish.
In terms of spacing, this means you can separate photos from each other, yet keep them as a single image. From the right-panel, you should see several options, and one of them is Spacing. Just click the button that’s best for you and let the magic happen before your eyes.
2] Editing tools
With the editing tools on-hand, users can draw on images. There are two options to do so, and if you make a mistake, just hit the redo button. Furthermore, users can change the colors of the text to fit the picture. It is quite impressive if you ask us, though we could have done with more features.
Now, if you want to create a Mosaic, this can be done with relative ease. Below the Editing Tools section, you should see Mosaic. Just select the one that is best, then make changes to the image as you see fit. The redo button is there to fix any mistake you’ve made.
Finally, let us look at Watermark. The option is there for users to add watermarks to images if you want to copyright your work. Folks can change the size of the text, opacity, and even the color if they want to go that far.
PS: Microsoft Image Composite Editor is an advanced panoramic image stitcher. that may also interest you.