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On Saturday, 25 November 2017 08:40:44 UTC, Alfred Molon  wrote:
> Here are some 360° panoramas with the little planet projection I took 
> over the past three years (some of the Iran images show up twice).
> With this kind of projection you try to center the 'planet' and the only 
> decision is to select the "clock angle".
> This projection gives the coolest effects if you place yourself at the 
> centre of a round space. Off-centre or if the space is for instance 
> rectangulat the images can look unbalanced.
> -- 
> Alfred Molon
> Olympus E-series DSLRs and micro 4/3 forum at
> photo sharing site

 Some nice images there, I prefer the ones with Sky or floor as some of the others just lopk like
kaleidoscope  efects like my cat one.

Now how to get a panarama of a cat :) then I'll give it a try .