These interesting photos go by various namings –polar panorama, panorama and polar, little planet, planet panoramas, 360 degree panorama, etc but they all mean the same thing. It is created with a panorama photo under one of Photoshop’s Distort filter, Polar Coordinates.
They are not as hard to create as they looked. In this article, we attempt to show you how some of the nicest Polar Panorama photos we’ve found, together with Photoshop tutorials to that help you to create them. Full list after jump.
Merdeka Squareby riefa
Baroque Planetby Simon The Fox
The Planet of Detroitby firelog1970
The 99th Planet by jeckham
Sydney Polar Panoramaby datazoid
Roudnice Railway Stationby miniplaneter
Sultan Ahmet Polar Panaromaby Nikolof
Planet of Perthby scotteek
Planet New Yorkby isaac-and-his-mind
Planet Mars Cyvilizationby hot360
Planet Kharkivby mudakisa
Paris s’Ã©veilleby gadl
My Little Worldby smileyno1
Minatomirai Bridgeby drachenman
Manhattan Skylineby Athalfred
Lightning Ridge by datazoid
Interact Globeby Sarah Lee
Hamburg Rathausplatz Planetby konderminator
Eglise LumiÃ¨reby clic me
Berlin Alex Polar Panoby suckup
Eglise Notre-Dameby jeromebg
How to create one?
These tutorials are created with Photoshop with your existing panorama photos. If Photoshop is not at your disposal, try usng GIMP
Create your very own planet Rames of Adobetuts gives you an idea how to create a polar panorama in 10 simple steps.
How to Create Your Own Planets Using Your Panorama Another great Photoshop tutorial by Photojojo.
Flickr: Create Your Own Planets Flickr group with more than 2300 members sharing about 6000 polar panorama photos.
Flickr: Polar Panoramas – A smaller group but yet sharing some really stunning photos.
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