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My First Phantom3 Panosphere....

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Adamation, Aug 10, 2015.

  1. Adamation

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    Created this Panosphere in Photoshop yesterday from some images taken on my Phantom3 :) - Adam
     

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  2. Tricky

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    nice! what program do you use...instructions for a noob like me would be welcome!
     
  3. Eidetic

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    Freaking Fantastic!!! A How-To would be greatly appreciated!
     
  4. Adamation

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    I used Lightroom to edit and stitch the photos and then photoshop to create the sphere.

    Once you have the stitched image in photoshop you just make the height equal to the length to make it a square, then flip it upside down and go to Filter > Distort > Polar Coordinates, once that is applied its pretty much done :) - Adam
     
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  5. Morgas Resnak

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    I posted earlier that if anyone wanted some different photos adjustments, hue, saturation, vibrancy, etc, etc, to send me an email to morgasresnak@gmail.com (no fees, all free). I love Photoshop and Lightroom and have using them a while, and wondering how this would look with a darker vignette placed around the edge of the photo with a +15% to 20% feathering affect. Love the photo, great job...
     
  6. DefaultIT

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    So THAT'S what these are called...I remember seeing some years ago and having a difficult time finding them again.

    Nicely done. Now I want to see one moving...heh