Emailed Det, but was wondering if anyone knew if this is possible? I would pay someone to do it.
basically, now that I have a baby, ive been taking pictures of her face everyday using an app on android called Photochron, in order to eventually compile them after a few years to make a timelapse.
Photochron allows you to overlay a semi-transparent image of the last photo you have taken onto the camera screen, in order for you to align the images correctly.
The problem for me is that I go offshore every other month, and I take my android phone with me. I leave it up to my wife to take daily photos of the baby's face using a standard point and shoot camera with a black oval marked on the camera’s screen, therefore her images aren't as perfectly aligned as mine.
Im after a piece of software where I can load up all the images I've taken so far, and individually align them manually according to a set template. The other issue I have is that the resolution between the phones camera and the point and shoot, the camera phone being the higher resolution of the two.
So I would load all the photos into the software. Displayed in a menu down the right hand side. I would then drag and drop a image into the “template screen” (the positions of the eyes, nostrils and mouth would be dependent on the position of my babies features, but I assume this would be easy to extrapolate from any of the photos I have taken so far). Once aligned I would click save and that photo would be cropped to the smaller size resolution, if that makes sense? Due to increased pixellation when resizing small to large.