Hugin is a GUI tool for stitching photos together. Although it works best with photos that are very carefully taken -- for example, by panning a camera on a tripod -- it does an admirable job even when given a group of photos shot from roughly the same position using a handheld camera.
The tab-based interface of this program walks you through the steps of creating a panorama photo: selecting the photos, specifying differences in the lenses, setting up control points (corresponding locations on pairs of photos), optimizing, and then stitching. At most steps in the process you can make fine manual adjustments or let the program work automatically.
Hugin is actually a graphical front-end to processing provided by libpano, a library from the Panorama Tools project originally created by Professor Helmut Dersch of the University of Applied Sciences Furtwangen. The Panorama Tools project is now maintained by a number of developers including five Google Summer of Code students who worked on some substantial improvements over the past few months -- so we can look forward to new capabilities in this software in the future.
Installing from the command line: yum install hugin Installing using the graphical installer: Not available in browse mode; use the Search or List modes to install hugin Menu location after installation: > Applications > Graphics > Hugin panorama creator Command: /usr/bin/hugin Upstream website: http://hugin.sourceforge.net/