I don't exactly know how to describe the problem. I have two maps that partly show the same extent of a place, but on the whole, the scale, rotation and protection might be different. I still want to put both pictures above each other so that I have both matching parts covered.
So far, I have been loading both images in Photoshop, turn on transparency for the covering layer and transform and rotate from all sides until the picture matches. The images that I am working with are quite large and my current solution is very slowly. I was wondering, whether there is a more elegant solution, similar to georeferencing?
Like I click on one location of a place in one picture that is also clearly obvious in the other, then click on the other picture to determine "this location on this picture is on that location on the other picture) and after defining a couple of such locations, the program distorts, stretches and whatnot the layer picture to make it fit.
I am just looking for a solution like this for Photoshop or any other program. Real-life coordinates are not important here!
Thanks a lot for your suggestions!