Many times we observe objects which are so big that we can’t take its photo as we have panning stage to move and take multiple photos.
In this post I’m describing a method with which you can take multiple photos of a big object and then stitch them together to create complete picture.
I took above photos of wing of a moth. For each photo I moved the focus slightly to the right.
I use a software called Mapstitch for combining the multiple images. The app is available here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bcdvision.mapstitch
All you have to do is, open the app and it it open the multiple images you have taken. It stitches the image by using the common pattern in images and creates one big image. It is like the panoramic picture we take with our phone. The only precaution you have to take is that, each picture should have some common part and some new part. Two successive pictures can not be completely different, then software would not know how to stitch.
Resultant image looks like this.