Stacking Shots

Asked by Scott Martin on 2009-12-15

Speaking of the shots on:
http://www.ubuntu.com/products/whatisubuntu/910features

What is the best way to create these stacked images in Shutter.

In other capture apps, I able to stack screen2/3 onto screen1 with a shadow. (Define shadow direction on each shot)
Expanding the canvas as I paste new images

My Current approach in Shutter is: (forgetting the shadow direction for now)
Click a large white background to get desired canvas size: Image0
Click Image1, run shadow plugin
Click Image2, run shadow plugin
Click Image3, run shadow plugin
Edit Image0, copy each Image1-3 into clipboard and paste 1by1 onto Image0 and save.

Just a few more steps ;)

Regards,
Scott.

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You might want to use screenie for this:
http://code.google.com/p/screenie/

If you are using Ubuntu you can simply install it via terminal:
sudo apt-get install screenie-qt

This is how it looks like:
http://www.ubuntu-pics.de/bild/34403/screenshot_composer_004_jQFmm4.png

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