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st. sebald 360 degree sphere by suckup st. sebald 360 degree sphere by suckup
38 photos stitched together, rendered as a spherical image and used the photoshop filter polar coordinates. that's it ;)
tutorial: [link]
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:iconbillions1943:
billions1943 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011
center of the planet , how can i do to reach it?
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glanne Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2008
krasses bild :-)
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donmoha Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2008  Student General Artist
thank you very much, I made my own tiny planet... but I cant submit it in deviant art...

But I wanted to thank you for your lesson to create these precious planet.... :hug:
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KaupoKuusemae Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Featured in my panorama journal.
Thanx for this great picture!

Cheers :) :w00t!:
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jenn4Xt Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2008
Very interesting picture. Never really done or seen anything like it before, so can't say much. Its slightly dizzying, but very awesome.
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:iconhaleboo:
Haleboo Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2007
this is reallly really cool!!!
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:iconlightandshadow:
lightandshadow Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2006
special. well done
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alexandernvm Featured By Owner May 22, 2006
that's quite the technique
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skizzenblock Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2006  Professional Photographer
at this point in time all i want to do in life is understand how this is done. i simply adore what you've done here, what stitching program do you use?
its fantastic, well done. the sphereical nature of the piece lends itself really well to the scene depicted.
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2006  Professional General Artist
thank you very much!
i made a little tutorial, have a look, please: [link]
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skizzenblock Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2006  Professional Photographer
thnaks alot, wll read through
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geek7 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2006
Looks reall cool, nice work
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2006  Professional General Artist
thank you very much!
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:iconcheekylittlemonkey:
cheekylittlemonkey Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006
that's crazy :clap:
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
thanks!
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:icongva:
GVA Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2006   Photographer
fantastic!! looks like a tv travel logo or something. great idea!! :clap:
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
hey thank you!
tv travel logo... i knew i'll become rich and famous with this one :P
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BlacKat-K Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2006  Professional Photographer
That's very cool!i have a 360 panorama too but i cant figure out how to make it circular and and rotate it...are there any programs for that?
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2006  Professional General Artist
have a look at my tutorial, if you're still interested how i made this: [link]
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BlacKat-K Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2006  Professional Photographer
Thanks for the link,the tutorial is very interesting but i'm afraid i cant use it as i've already took the pictures and well they dont respect your plan...Maybe i'll find a solution for my panorama one day :)
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2006  Professional General Artist
thanks! photoshop filter polar coordinates :P
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MandarinManMark Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2006
Wow, that's really cool! I agree, it almost looks like a little planet! ;) I can't believe how smoothly you stitched everything together!
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
hey thanks a lot!
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:iconfluffypandamonster:
FluffyPandaMonster Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2006  Student General Artist
where's that at? the church looks familiar.
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
it's the sebald church in nuremberg, germany
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FluffyPandaMonster Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Student General Artist
nuremberg, kewl, i've been there ^^
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Axe-Canabrava Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Insaaaaane! :jawdrop:
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
thaaaank yoooou! :)
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:iconwindcrest:
WindCrest Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2006   Photographer
Incredible work, great concept and technique. A :+fav:
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
thanks!
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:iconaspirit:
aspirit Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2006   Photographer
Wow, I've never seen anyone do that before, that's so clever! :clap:
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
thank you a lot!
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InfinityM Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2006   Photographer
WOW. wow. This is amazing. I bet you put a lot of time into this. It turned out so well. I saw this is *MyPrivateParty's journal and I just had to leave a comment.

:+fav:
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
thank you very much. no, you don't need much time to make one of these, s.th. about 30 minutes.
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Blueebottle Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2006
... how do you do that?
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
you need a multi-row-nodal-point-adapter and a tripod. take 38 shots and stitch them together like you do for quicktime panoramas (great collection of those -> [link] ) then render it as a spherical image and use the photoshop filter "polar coordinates". that's it ;)
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Blueebottle Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2006
i assume the tripod was stationed in the center of this image... how did you photograph the spot you put the tripod?
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Blueebottle Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2006
xD
nice!
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2006  Professional General Artist
you might have a look at my tutoral: [link]
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2006  Professional General Artist
after taking all shots i make a photo without tripod direct to the ground. this looks usually very funny because i try to avoid photographing my feet by reaching the camera far away from myself :P
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papirazzi Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
wow :jawdrop: .........:faint: its dropdead brilliant
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
thanks a lot!
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:iconpapirazzi:
papirazzi Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
it was a pleasure bro...:thumbsup:
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:iconpzyktzle:
pzyktzle Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
you, dear sir, have inspired me to try something similar to this. thank you thank you thank you. love this piece!
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
i'll make a tutorial soon, stay tuned!
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crushone Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2006
cool :)
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:iconsuckup:
suckup Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2006  Professional General Artist
here's the tutorial: [link]
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:iconcrushone:
crushone Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006
tx!
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silverrainbows Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2006
what a great concept! :clap:
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suckup Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006  Professional General Artist
thanks a lot!
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