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How to *evenly* curve a *panoramic* image along a circle's circumference?


Camilla

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Hi! I am not finished with my little project and will be adding more things to tge image (perhaps even making the skyline bigger).

Thanks to all of you, I was able to learn how to smoothly curve an image around a circle's circumference.

I am attaching the above image via my phone and was forced to crop it, but at least anyone looking will get an idea as to how I was using the advice here.

Kindest Regards to you all,

Camilla
P.S - So what's the norm in making anyone a friend here? Is the acceptable trend to hang around for quite some time before potentially bothering anyone with a friend request, or is the forum culture all relaxed?
 

MrToM

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Looking good!

Can't speak for anyone but me and the penguins but we're pretty relaxed about the whole 'friend' thang.....

Friend Request sent... :thumbsup:

Regards.
MrTom + penguins.
 

ALB68

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A great result Camilla. This has been a learning experience for me too. I had never used that filter or procedure. Thanks for the great info IamSam, MrTom and Chris. Here's one I did using the info.
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Camilla

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Wow Camilla...this is an astonishing result. Can't wait to see more of it.
Thanks Chris but I think it's a mere humble beginning that wouldn't even be remotely close to what many here could produce. The help I received here helped me achieve the 'smoothened' effect I wanted. My old laptop fashionably resisted any more work I attempted to do with it. I might be able to borrow a computer to finish it hopefully sooner rather than later.
 

Camilla

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This is the skyline of Miami. I was there last year in january and shot this image on board of our cruise ship.


This is a round panorama using the image above.
I'm really liking the colours. Nice shot. It makes your circular panorama look nice. Though I like it, I must say I love your artsy panoramas you showed me earlier in this thread even more. But your last one inspires me to save and experiment more with my pictures. Thanks Chris (may I add you as friend please?)
 

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