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Old Mar 7, 2006, 3:00 PM   #1
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My camera has a defect that results in pictures like the ones below. I only have them in .jpg format with the Exif info. Can anyone suggest good tools to fix them?

At the very least, I'd like to be able to move each "tile" so that everything in the picture lines up. Ideally, I'd also be able to fix the colors. Low-cost would be nice as well (I certainly can't afford Photoshop for this).

These files aren't corrupt, it's the way the camera made them, so programs that fix corrupt files do no good.

Thanks,
Mike

P.S. The thumbnail images that are auto-generated always come out correctly, if that would help any.












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Old Mar 7, 2006, 3:13 PM   #2
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What pictures? Please repost.

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Edit: When I posted this reply, I did see a couple of icons in your post for about one second and then they vanished. Hmmm...
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Posting the pictrues would help........
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Sorry about that. They show up on my PC. I'll try attaching them instead of linking...
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Old Mar 8, 2006, 5:27 PM   #7
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Never seen this before....

I have a few thoughts, but can't really say how well they might work.
Does any of the software you have offer a panorama stitching feature? That might do something for the misalignment. Also, if you have a transform tool at your disposal, you could try selecting one of the sections and shifting it to one side to match up with the main section.

The color problem could be addressed by selecting the sections with bad color and using the color correction tools available to you to try to get a better match with the "good" section.

None of this should require photoshop.

Good luck!

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