Polar Panoramic

Polar Panoramas are made by taking a panoramic and stretching the picture out so that the width and length are the same. Next you flip the picture upside down. Then you take the polar coordinates of the picture, the opposite ends the picture, and they join together, making a circular shape. Usually there is a crease in between the two joined sides so one would spend some time editing the photo in order for it to look more natural.

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