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My first little planet
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Helimage
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Put together my first little planet today. 48 pictures, each one of them shot manually with P4. Autopano did the stitching process and the rest of the post-processing was done in Photoshop.

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2017-1-27 07:21:50
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timbo
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nice! would it be hard for me to do with no photoshop experance?
2017-1-27 08:04:03
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Helimage
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timbo Posted at 2017-1-27 08:04
nice! would it be hard for me to do with no photoshop experance?

Absolutely not. The hardest part is shooting the 360 panorama, but there are many apps that do it for you automatically. Took a bit over five minutes to do manually for me. For stitching, you can use Photoshop's Photomerge tool, but I find Autopano more versatile.
2017-1-27 08:13:24
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fans0db738dc
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what app did you use for the auto panorama
2017-1-31 02:04:50
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Helimage
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fans0db738dc Posted at 2017-1-31 02:04
what app did you use for the auto panorama

AutoPan Giga.
2017-1-31 03:56:03
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rodger
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Great work, really like the image
2017-1-31 06:01:01
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Thomusvoo
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nice! really cool!
2017-1-31 16:01:18
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quality
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Beautiful stitch! Nice work!
2017-2-1 07:40:02
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phantomabdul
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where is the image ...?
2017-2-6 11:36:32
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Helimage
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Right there, see if it takes time to load?
2017-2-6 13:12:53
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Hangman3
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Hi, great creation.
You say its made of 48 shots.So how do you do this then? is it hover & take a few vertical downward shots at different rotational positions, then pan out to the edge of the shot & several shots at rotational positions again & so on until you have the lot. Then stitch. Is that how its done?
2017-2-7 02:15:51
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fans191a45ed
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really cool would love to learn this. altho my photos always come out blurry with my p3p
2017-2-7 11:24:51
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AlecW
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I made these with Microsoft ICE.  Both 26 pics shot in jpeg with no editing.

The top one is my house from 400' and the other one is a buddies from about 200 feet.

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2017-2-7 13:11:02
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Helimage
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Helimage Posted at 2017-2-6 13:12
Right there, see if it takes time to load?

I do a full 360 with the camera facing forward first, then point the camera a bit lower and do another 360 and so on. There are many softwares that do the stiching process for you, and with around 30% overlap you get the best results.
2017-2-9 07:28:30
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Dobmatt
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A natural phenomenon: planets with no shaded side ...?
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Dobmatt Posted at 2017-2-20 11:16
A natural phenomenon: planets with no shaded side ...?

Yeah, darkness is overrated.
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Cabansail
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"There is no dark side of the moon really. Matter of fact it's all dark."
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BuzzCut
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The addition of the chimney smoke makes the picture IMO.

One of the coolest things I've seen in a while...
2 days ago
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SkyMemories
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Awesome.. like it.. good  job~
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SkyMemories
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Awesome planet..haha.. like it.. good  job~
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