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Old May 3rd, 2009, 03:09 PM
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Superimposing 2 images

Hi
I need to superimpose 2 (or more) images in Gimp which have been taken from the exact same spot but with a slight difference in the object im interested in. how can i do this on gimp?

here is some more detail: i am taking pictures of a wing tip (looking at it end-on) and as the speed in the wind tunnel increases the wing deflects upwards. i need a way to superimpose the picture at zero speed and at some higher speed. the camera remains fixed so the only thing that changes is the position of the wing. how do i overlay the 2 pics? so i will be able to compare wing position at speed zero and speed 'u'. changing the opacity makes it difficult to see how the the wing has displaced - is there another way to generate a static image of the wing tip positions.

thanks in advance.

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