i2k Quickage will design a higher quality of digital images, and unrecognizably stitch photos together in one panoramic photo that will look as though one photo was taken. The colors are self correcting and of highest quality. Digital images containing some mishaps, such as photo distortions and differences in color of photos from camera images taken when no tripod was used are easily corrected with the i2k Quickage. The i2k Quickage works well with mobile phone cameras. This system will create the highest quality of photo from numerous single photos.
How many of us at one time saw something special and tried to capture the right photo and ended up taking several just to get that one special photo that shows everyone what we saw? That special photo never materialized because it could not be captured. One might tell friends and family, "well, you just had to be there". No longer does one have to miss the opportunity to show off to others what they saw and tried to capture in photos. i2k Quickage will capture that special moment for them by stitching together photos.The results of this software is unbelievable and results have been perfect for many who have tried this software. The panoramic photo created by putting images together will help anyone to tell their story to others. This program can even combine mobile photos with digital camera shots. The HD results are always perfect.
How is the i2k Quickage software able to do this?
This system will recognize all photos that are in relationship to each other, and will categorize them together. Secondly the software corrects all distortions, and color images that is found in the photo. Next, anything that is nonaligned in the photo is removed, while blending the photos together, enhancing all the fine details. Even the most expensive camera lenses create some distortions, and color variations, and this software will all but eliminate all those imperfections. Lastly, this software creates from a few photos, to hundreds of photos one large panoramic image, just as though it was photographed that way.
Windows XP / Vista / 7