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Georeferencing plug-in Photoshop

Avenza released a while ago a georeferencing plug-in for Photoshop CS2: Geographic Imager. A suite of plug-ins available for Mac and PC, that uses georeferencing data to create mosaics of mutliple images, and applies required transformations, whilst retaining access to the georeferencing information. The application uses Ground Control Points for positioning purposes and is useful for cartographic, aerial photography merges.

Web Reference: Geographic Imager (2005, Avenza.)

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