Lithuanian photographer creates tiny planets via photostitching

Tranquility park - Paulius (reproduced under CC licence)

Paulius (I’m afraid I only have the Flickr username to go by) has created these great panorama planets by stitching together a collection of photos taken from the same vantage point but turned a little each time.

It’s something I’ve seen done before but these really stood out because the positioning of the object in the frame is so dependent on the shape of the skyline from each ‘planet’. The one above is particularly beautiful, thrown off-centre by the trees and with some lovely vignetting in the corners.

Planet City Square - Paulius (reproduced under CC licence)

 

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