Polar Panorama Photography Some Eye Catching Examples

Posted on 16 July 2009

You must have heard about stereographic projection or polar panoramas. Some of the people are familiar with these projections with the name of “little planets”. These are extra ordinary images which are produced with the help of panoramic photos.

These images are easy to produce and results of these images are stunning and attractive.

Take a panoramic photo, modify it, and in the end with the help of Photoshop filter (Distort > Polar Coordinates) complete the whole process. This is what we can say its basic rule.

By following this easy tutorial, you can find further details and necessary information.

Following are 50 stunning and eye catching examples of panorama photography.


12 Responses to “Polar Panorama Photography Some Eye Catching Examples”

  1. These are not only stunning, but wonderfully playful.

  2. Fairy says:

    Thank you for sharing this collection of gems!

  3. robb says:

    no matter how many times i look at them,
    still amazing.

  4. Lisa says:

    this is so cool!!!!!!!

  5. Dave says:

    One of the coolest submissions I’ve seen in a long while. Great work.

  6. sir jorge says:

    this is definitely one of the better things i’ve seen in a long time

  7. Arscek says:

    This reminds me of Mario Galaxy, and the Little Prince, lol.

  8. Reminds me of my own little world. Love these! Great post.

  9. Jen says:

    This almost made me cry, particularly the one with the man in the red shirt and the volcano towards the bottom.

    All I could see was the Prince, standing there with his rose and watching his 44 sunsets..

  10. Angeecarlate says:

    This is totally AMAZING!

  11. Those are some extraordinary photographs, wish mine were that good quality!

  12. Nano says:

    Who took these photos? some are very nice others are fairly boring once you know how it is done.

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