Panoramic photography is a technique of photography wherein images are captured within a greater field of view than the human eye can take in. An image showing a field of view approximating, or greater than, 180 degrees can already make a scene look totally different from real life. Polar Panorama is a unique variation of the panoramic photography in which the technique used covered the fields of view of up to 360°. With the application of Photoshop effects such as Photoshop filter (Distort> Polar Coordinates), the captured images look like a stereographic projection or literally a little planet.
Take a look at these 30 Amazing Examples of Polar Panorama Photography for your inspiration. We hope that you enjoy what we showcased for you.
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Botanical Garden (Stereographic)
A Stereographic 360° Panorama of the Succulent Garden Rockery at the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden.
by: Candace Van Assche
A stereographic projection of the Balboa Park outside of the Botanical Garden.
Coffee Plantation Planet
A stereographic projection of a coffee plantation on the road to Poas, Alajuela, Costa Rica.
A 360°x180° stereographic polar panorama.
Vancouver Polar Panorama
by: Morten Rand-Hendriksen
A stereographic panorama as seen from the Vancouver Lookout.
Le couvent des Ursulines
by: Mario Groleau
360° polar panorama of Ursilines Convent in Trois-Rivieres Quebec Canada.
Welcome to My World
A polar panorama of a yard from 35 tone mapped HDR pictures.
A stereographic polar panorama of Poniatowski Bridge.
Lightning Ridge Panorama
A polar panorama of the Diggers’ Rest Hotel.
Tatsumi Sakura Bashi
A stereographic projected version of Tatsumi Sakura Bashi.
A polar panorama of Miami Beach.
Bleu Lavande #4b
by: Mario Groleau
A stereographic polar panorama taken in Stanstead Canton, Quebec, CA.
My Little Planet
Panoramic photo from different towns and villages in the Czech Republic.
A stereographic 360° panorama taken from a 10-20mm Sigma lense camera.
Eglise Unie du Canada Drummondville
by: Mario Groleau
A panorama of Eglise Unie du Canada Drummondville.
A London 360° panoramic view.
Planet New York
A polar panorama of New York.
by: P a U L i u S
An equirectangular polar panorama.
A polar panorama of Royal Botanical Gardens.
Archie Kane Park, Kemmerer – Polar
By Kenneth Hynek
A polar rendering of a panoramic image taken in a park in the middle of Kemmerer, Wyoming.
Berlin Alex Polarpano
A polar panorama of Berlin Alexanderplatz.
Another panorama polar effect.
Mow Cop Castle Polar Pano
A polar panorama of the Mow Cop Castle.
An experiment in San Jose, CA and this image was created by shooting three “rows” of panoramas (upper buildings and sky, one for the ground plane, and one for the grass in front of me) with a wide-angle lens.
Margaret Thomas Iris Garden Stereographic
A small planet type effect image taken at Margaret Thomas’ Iris Garden in Herndon, VA.
A Planet with High-rise
Stereographic projection taken at Sendai-bori moat park.
An eyeball in the sky
A 360° panorama of Shiba park, Tokyo.
A tiny planet of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
A stereographics projection of Mill Creek Park Rose Garden.
Stereographic projection of this equirectangular panorama.
wow! awesomeness.. coolest list ever!!!
The most amazing collection yet..keep it up..
Really a wonderful list this is..
Wow! never seen anything like this before. Each photo looked like a beautiful flower. Polar Panoramas are cool for sure!
thanks for sharing
I always found that weird never really liked it
Excellent! Hope you could also share some tips or tutorials about photography.
much impressed …
i know a building and i think it’s just one more thing except just being for it is my idea of putting it on such globe-like illustrations, Can any one create it for a not big cash? (i’ll provide a photo)
…. a fantastic concept with photography… but I bet the equipment to ‘shoot’ this style is fairly high priced… but the photographs themselves are worth the money I would imagine… lol !!
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