Photograpy: 360° Panoramas as small planets

The Flickr 360° photo pool has hundreds of images that look like small planets.

If you want to try this out yourself, there is a great tutorial online by Dirk Paessler that shows you how to turn any panorama or landscape photograph into a full-fledged planet.

Note: You can search the Flickr 360° photo pool for the “Planet” keyword to more easily find the images below. Some of the images are also included in the tutorial.


Click on the image for the jump.

link to Flickr pool





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