I have some hand-held photos with a moving person in front of always the same background. So the camera does not move with the person but stays on the background - however the photos are hand-held, so there is some variation in the background area the photos show. I.e. the images do not align perfectly.
Here some low-res black&white versions of a typical group of photos I have:
(Click on the thumbnails for larger versions. Also note: The originals I am dealing with are high-resolution and in color.)
Now I want to transform the images so that they align as good as possible. For this I am trying in FIJI/ImageJ the “Register Virtual Stack Slices” plugin with the “translate + rotate” registration model and I get reasonable results. However the transform is certainly not perfect, probably because between images I must have twisted the camera a bit.
So my question here is: Does ImageJ offer another better plugin for this use case? Or are there other settings in the “Register Virtual Stack Slices” plugin worth tweaking?
PS: I have no idea why the forum system always breaks the first image link - the url is certainly is valid!