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[How-to] Polar Planets – 360 Panorama – Photoshop

Yesterday I found myself a great parking lot which was empty and I thought (why not a polar planet?).. I grabbed my Tripod, started making scenarios and shooting.

Total images for this project were: 33 images.

Stitched and merged together using: Photoshop CS6.

How-to:

1- Stitch and merge your images using Photoshop CS6; (File > Automate > Photomerge..) and choose your images.

2- After the stitching and merging; here is the result I got:

*Click on the image to enlarge

3- After cropping; Flip the image Vertically (Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical):

4- Now go to: (Filter > Distort > Polar Coordinates..)

5- After Cropping, and Rotating:

6- Final result (after adjusting the bottom of the image):

If you got any question, do not hesitate to ask me in Twitter or in the Comment section below :)

Invitation to “Mubarakiyah” Photography Exhibition

Mubarakiyah; Scenes from Daily Life!

Contemporary Art Platform is pleased to invite you to:

Some fine photos from “Mubarakiyah” Workshop done by CAP Kuwait. Featuring fine Photographs taken by fine Photographers!

Some of the Photographers that you are going to meet (the ones that I recall!):

Location: CAP’s warehouse (Industrial Shuwaikh, Block 2, Street 28, Next to Life Center) – Google Maps

Opening Reception: 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Exhibition Dates: October 10th – 17th, 2012

Let’s meet you there :))

27sec Time-Lapse Good Night Kuwait – Using Galaxy Note

As I promised last time, I will create more Time-Lapse videos using my Galaxy Note.

Project: Time-Lapse using Galaxy Note and Lapse It Pro app
Final # of frames: 271 frames, 10:00 minutes.
Edited using the same app + Movie maker for adding the titles.

Production = ~27sec video at 10fps

Soundtrack The Man From Earth OST – John & Sandy 1.

Hope you enjoy :)

Project: Time-Lapse using Galaxy Note

I’m working these days in using my Galaxy Note for making Time-Lapse, to test its capabilities.
So, this project was at night I promise to have several projects on day light for better quality and resolution.

Galaxy Note + 663 frames in 26:27 minutes at 720p HD using 390MB for the whole project.
Rendered on Galaxy Note, it took around 21 minutes to get the final results. As follows:
– ~1min video at 12fps with 720p quality.