> The old photo is taken with a shift lens, to align this with the new
> photo you need to optimise the vertical shift 'e' parameters.
> General advice with lining up old photos is they are almost always
> cropped, i.e. the optical centre isn't in the middle of the image.
> So it is probably a good idea to optimise the horizontal shift 'd'
> parameter too.
thanks for the nice advice Bruno. I was wondering about such stuff
myself for a long time. I still haven't tried it a single time - I'm
always on the lookout for actual high-resolution old photos of
I guess most people here saw those st. petersburg (leningrad) photos
that were flying around the web a few weeks ago?
they did a perfect job.