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Sculpted Mini Planets by Sophia Germer, via Behance

Sculpted Mini Planets by Sophia Germer, via Behance

Sculpted Mini Planets by Sophia Germer, via Behance

Sculpted Mini Planets by Sophia Germer, via Behance

Mini Planets! The work of photographer David Jackson, uses a technique called stereographic projection. In essence, what this means is a rather clever digital manipulation that renders a 360-degree spherical panorama as a flat image.

Mini Planets! The work of photographer David Jackson, uses a technique called stereographic projection. In essence, what this means is a rather clever digital manipulation that renders a 360-degree spherical panorama as a flat image.

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 360-degree spherical panorama as a flat image.

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 360-degree spherical panorama as a flat image.

How To Create A Little Planet Panorama In Photoshop. Article by Miki Ross. Video: Gavin Hoey. http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/how-to-create-a-little-planet-panorama-in-photoshop/

How To Create A Little Planet Panorama In Photoshop. Article by Miki Ross. Video: Gavin Hoey. http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/how-to-create-a-little-planet-panorama-in-photoshop/

Polar panoramas, also known as stereographic projections or ‘little planets’, are spectacular images that are created out of panoramic photos.

Polar panoramas, also known as stereographic projections or ‘little planets’, are spectacular images that are created out of panoramic photos.

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