Polar Panoramas

lar Panoramas are panoramic photographs that are changed from their original shape and size, to a usually smaller square. From there the image is flipped vertically and then distorted to polar cordinates. This makes the panoramic picture turn into a circular shape and gives it a completly new look. The problems often faced with these pictures are that most of the time when you distort the picture it creates a very obvious, not so good looking seam in the picture that is not always easy to edit out.

This example of polar panoramic photography was taken in the Rocky Mountians in Colorado, in June of 2014 with an iPhone 5c.

This example of polar panoramic photography was taken in mid November of 2016 with a iPhone 6s, a beach in Pensacola Florida during a short family vacation.

 

This example of polar panoramic photography was taken in Utah in June of 2014 on our family vaction where we drove to Los Angeles from Pennsylvania, with an iPhone 5c.

This example of panoramic photography was taken in Pensacola Florida in early November at the hotel pool we were staying at, this was taken with an iPhone 6s.

 

This photo was taken on Christmas night in 2016 with a Canon EOS Rebel T5, in Mohrsville Pennsylvania.

 

 

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