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The combination of professional equipment, sophisticated software, and skillful dedication results in a masterpiece of superior quality.

EQUIPMENT

   - Canon EOS 5DMkIII

   - Sigma 8mm fisheye lens

   - Manfrotto Tripod

   - Manfrotto Panoramic Head


SOFTWARE

   - Adobe Lightroom

   - Adobe Photoshop

   - PTGui Pro


TECHNIQUE

   - Stereographic Projection of a 360 Panorama. Also known as Tiny Planet.

   - Image made from 4 bracketed shots stitched together.

   - Many hours/days of stitching and hand-drawn digital painting.

  - Lots of dedication in removing distractions, cleaning dirty streets that are always full of chewing gums, cigarette butts, and unfinished road works. As well as removing many people and cars out of the scene in order to highlight the architecture’s cityscape.


NOTE

Take into account that the images were taken with an 8mm fisheye lens 🙂

CHRISTIAN KLEIMAN'S WORKFLOWTHE MAKING-OF TINY PLANETS   View


High-Resolution Images

L’Heure Bleue
La Mouche
Brainstorming

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Tiny Planet-sur-Seine


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The Wall
Notre-Dame de Paris
Overcoat

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Paris Atmos-Sphere


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Beacon Planet
Floating Falls
Silica

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What a Wonderful World!


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Morning Delivery
Sunrise over the Promenade
Poniente Beach

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Benidorm


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