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Stereographic Projection Photography - Stereographic projection photos are 360 degree by panorama projected which gives off the illusion like you’re looking at small planets.

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Imagen: Sensational images of an artist's mini planets styled on the .

'It is interesting to see which features a planet will highlight as the projected product gives you such an interesting perspective. People often find that they will see something different in the picture every time they look at it, and it is fascinating how it can make even very familiar landmarks and views exciting again. It is difficult to predict quite how a planet will turn out; some of my favourite images are the ones that I didn't think would work,' David says.

Mini planets: 3D 360-degree stereographic projections by David Jackson

David Jackson, a British photographer, uses a technique called stereographic projection to turn landscapes and familiar landmarks into mini planets. Stereographic projection is a form of digital processing that shows a spherical panorama as a flat image.

My Planets   Fotografia: Hamlet Madrigal  3dgrafe.com

My Planets Fotografia: Hamlet Madrigal 3dgrafe.com

Mini Planet: Maldives

A new mini planet, after a long time. This is made from a 360 degree panorama, made with Hugin, from 11 source photos.

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