Photoshop Tutorial : In this video tutorial, i will show you how you can transform your panorama photography into miniature 360-degree small little planet effect in photoshop.
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30 Replies to “Transform Panorama Photo into 360° Photography in Photoshop”

  1. Awesome tutorial, thank you =D

    1:09 > (make the image follow the horizontal line)
    > note: make sure left and right sides are alike (sky, landscape, water)> make sure the image 100% follow the horizontal line
    2:08 > (duplicate and flip horizontal with layer mask)> note: make the 2 sides alike by "shift" painting black to transparent gradient on layer mask (sky, landscape, water)> layers panel: select the duplicated layer> hit "create layer mask"> select the layer mask of duplication layer> "M": marquee tool> canvas: select water/sky area of the left side> "G": gradient tool> top bar: style=linear, fill=black to transparent> canvas: hold "shift", drag on the selection, from its left edge to right edge
    3:12 > (flatten the 2 layers)
    3:23 > (resize the image to form it a perfect square)> top panel: image, image size> image size window: fit to=custom, w=h=max(w, h)> hit "OK"
    (form a planet: with polar filter)

    3:34 > "ctrl+T": right click, hit "flip vertical"> note: it ensures the effect wraps the right way when we turn it into a planet
    3:48 > top panel: filter, distort, polar coordinates> polar coordinates window: [V] rectangle to polar> hit "OK"> note: you can resize the preview on the window
    3:58> (rotate the image as you want)
    > "ctrl+T": transform> canvas: drag the corner to rotate the result

  2. WTF IS THIS WASTE OF TIME ??

    How the fuck do we swipe the panaroma photo to view ???? A real fuckin 360 degree photo which you swipe to view.
    where is it ?
    wtf is that round shit u did/?

  3. I understood your accent just fine 🙂 and used your tutorial for a final presentation in my photoshop 1 class at Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale (properly cited in my webliography of course) so thanks so much!!

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