20 Panoramic Planets That Are Out of This World

May 6, 2010 · 33 comments

in Inspiration

Wouldn’t it be great to convert your suburb or a landmark into a whole planet? Now you can thanks to Photoshop! Here are some great panoramic planet examples using the Polar Coordinates filter in Photoshop. Be sure to check out our tutorial next week to make your own mini planets.

Eiffel planet by gadl

X-Planet 2 by HamburgerJung

Wee Planet San Francisco by boltron


Traffic planet
by HamburgerJung


Temple Planet
by boxercab


Santo Martino Planet
by mosoma


Polar world
by avmaier


Planet No. 7
by sualk61

Planet Niagara Falls by deymosD


Planet Nagoya
by EugeniusD80


Planet London
by bailemoselbimbo


Planet Dundas Square
by wvs


Planet Bahrain
by Nasheet


Planet Frankfurt
by wecand


Planet AC
by Robert Bruce Murray III


Planet Abbey Gardens
by Andrew Stawarz


Parc de Passy
by gadl


Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory Planet
by dincordero


Little planet Hobart
by hellodaniel


Les Arcs Planet
by jimgrant

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  • http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/Hermitbiker Hermitbiker

    …. a great collection of awesome photographs using those special lenses, panoramic or fish eye, you be the judge…. but I think these are great and “Photoble.com” is another excellent blog / website !!

  • http://twitter.com/LightStalking Light Stalking

    Nice collection. Great looking blog too. Always great to see what other photo bloggers are up to!

  • koji

    Ops, seems that Planet London and Planet Frankfurt are the same! (really, the link to planet london shows a different photo)

    Great compilation, it’s a nice effect…

  • Hermitbiker

    …. a great collection of awesome photographs using those special lenses, panoramic or fish eye, you be the judge…. but I think these are great and “Photoble.com” is another excellent blog / website !!

  • http://twitter.com/LightStalking Light Stalking

    Nice collection. Great looking blog too. Always great to see what other photo bloggers are up to!

  • koji

    Ops, seems that Planet London and Planet Frankfurt are the same! (really, the link to planet london shows a different photo)

    Great compilation, it's a nice effect…

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yi

    Thanks for pointing this out! Think I had accidentally inserted the wrong pic there. Will fix this. :)

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yi

    Thank you! :) You’re also more than welcome to post up any of your photos to share.

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yi

    It’s actually used using a normal lens but the create is done in Photoshop. Will go through this tutorial next week so you’d be able to convert any landscape photos into your own panorama planet! :)

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yiie

    Thanks for pointing this out! Think I had accidentally inserted the wrong pic there. Will fix this. :)

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yiie

    Thank you! :) You're also more than welcome to post up any of your photos to share.

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yiie

    It's actually used using a normal lens but the create is done in Photoshop. Will go through this tutorial next week so you'd be able to convert any landscape photos into your own panorama planet! :)

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  • http://twitter.com/thirddesign Robert Murray

    hey thats my photo!! :) (ac) Awesome collection

  • http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/Hermitbiker Hermitbiker

    …. oopps, sorry, I thought special lenses, but like you said photoshop created these. I got myself mixed up from seeing a “fish-eye” lens collection of photo’s showcased at Brukhar’s blog.
    But thank you very much for correcting me and I hope no one was offended by my previous comment.
    Thank you Yiie and have a great weekend and life,

  • http://twitter.com/thirddesign Robert Murray

    hey thats my photo!! :) (ac) Awesome collection

  • Hermitbiker

    …. oopps, sorry, I thought special lenses, but like you said photoshop created these. I got myself mixed up from seeing a “fish-eye” lens collection of photo's showcased at Brukhar's blog.
    But thank you very much for correcting me and I hope no one was offended by my previous comment.
    Thank you Yiie and have a great weekend and life,

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yi

    Great pic! Was getting around to notifying the Flickr users featured this week.

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yi

    No worries! When I first saw a panorama planet, I also thought they were taken with a REALLY wide fish-eye lens. I’m sure no one was offended by your comment and someone out there probably thought the same thing too. :)

  • http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/Hermitbiker Hermitbiker

    Thanks Yiie, it’s so hard to tell anymore just what made what, huhh…. I get confused easily too :) !! I thought you might like seeing what seemed to point me to thinking “fish-eye” …. it’s at “Creativefan.com” !! “http://creativefan.com/20-intriguing-fisheye-photographs/comment-page-1/”…. a few of those photo’s looked similar…. so I “opened mouth & inserted foot” …. take care, been great talking with you !! Technology now is so fantastic !!

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yiie

    Great pic! Was getting around to notifying the Flickr users featured this week.

  • http://www.twitter.com/yiiee Yiie

    No worries! When I first saw a panorama planet, I also thought they were taken with a REALLY wide fish-eye lens. I'm sure no one was offended by your comment and someone out there probably thought the same thing too. :)

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  • Hermitbiker

    Thanks Yiie, it's so hard to tell anymore just what made what, huhh…. I get confused easily too :) !! I thought you might like seeing what seemed to point me to thinking “fish-eye” …. it's at “Creativefan.com” !! “http://creativefan.com/20-intriguing-fisheye-photographs/comment-page-1/”…. a few of those photo's looked similar…. so I “opened mouth & inserted foot” …. take care, been great talking with you !! Technology now is so fantastic !!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/boxercab Carmen

    Thank you so much for featuring one of my photos! :) Great set!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/boxercab Carmen

    Thank you so much for featuring one of my photos! :) Great set!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/boxercab Carmen

    Thank you so much for featuring one of my photos! :) Great set!

  • http://twitter.com/EugeniusD80 Yevgen Pogoryelov

    Nice to see my planet among another wonderful creations!
    Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/EugeniusD80 Yevgen Pogoryelov

    Nice to see my planet among another wonderful creations!
    Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/EugeniusD80 Yevgen Pogoryelov

    Nice to see my planet among another wonderful creations!
    Thanks!

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