30 Creative Photography Examples using the Polar Panorama Effect

Wee Planets, Tiny Planets or the Polar Panorama effect, whatever name you prefer, is the technique of taking a 360° panorama image and using Photoshop (or any other decent image editor) and creating a circular or round image that wrap the panorama around to make it appear like a tiny/wee planet.

Snowy night

Tiny Planets

Autumn Planet

Tiny Planets

Downtown

Tiny Planets

Rode Garden

Tiny Planets

Planet Treehouse

Tiny Planets

Tiny Sunflower

Tiny Planets

Franklin Park Pond

Tiny Planets

Planeta Otoñal

Tiny Planets

Tiny Planet 1 II

Tiny Planets

La Planete Arbre

Tiny Planets

Balonismo "weeplanet"

Tiny Planets

Santiago de Día

Tiny Planets

Red Gazebo

Tiny Planets

Planet Toronto

Tiny Planets

Aviary Planet

Tiny Planets

Von Neumann Machine

Tiny Planets

De kleine wereld

Tiny Planets

Fountain Hills Great Fair 2008

Tiny Planets

Frankfurt

Tiny Planets

Manhattan Skyline

Tiny Planets

Minatomirai-Bridge

Tiny Planets

Sunset Galaxy

Tiny Planets

Octopussy

Tiny Planets

Planet Austin SXSW

Tiny Planets

Brighton Basket 'Ball'

Tiny Planets

Planet Jefferson Blvd

Tiny Planets

Saguaro Planet

Tiny Planets

Casa del Balbo

Tiny Planets

Plaza Planet

Tiny Planets

Levy Lane

Tiny Planets

Tiny/Wee Planet Tutorials

How to Create Your Own Planets Using Your Panoramas »
How to make Polar Panorama with Photoshop »
Producing Polar Panoramas »
Planetize your world [without photoshop] »
Tiny Planets Tutorial on Deviantart »

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Paul Andrew is the editor and founder of Speckyboy Design Magazine.

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