The Big Machine - planet effect

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    Jermz_01 TPF Noob!

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    I believe this is the "planet" effect... or polar planet.. or something like that...

    I about killed my computer making this stupid thing... since it's a panorama I did over Christmas... it wasn't pretty to make... but... I like the finished result, at least for a "first attempt"... ;)

    The Big Machine (Dow Chemical, Midland, MI)
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    I love stereographic projections - I never get tired of looking at them :mrgreen:
     
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    I was hoping the "night shot" would really add to the unique feel of this style of shot... I like it... but then again, I made it... so... hahahaha

    thanks!
     
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    Cool thing to look at!
    I wonder what it is in the end that forms the "inside" of your "planet"? I see all the nicely lit plants on the "surface", but what of your photo came to form the "ball"?
     
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    Judging by the reflection I'd take a guess it is water. Great job mate, a very cool idea and well executed. Did you get your photos to connect like this manualy in photoshop? No panorama making software I know is capable of doing such things.
     
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    That's cool! I don't play enough anymore:) Good job thanks for sharing:thumbup:
     

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