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Smith Memorial Arch – Planet

A planet view of the Smith Memorial Arch in Philadelphia.

planet final

More of my planet photos here: http://aeroartist.deviantart.com/gallery/39738882

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Fall Planets

Copyright Ashley Klann. Not to be used without consent.

360 degree panoramic planet of Downing Street, running through Clark University’s campus in Worcester, MA. Copyright Ashley Klann. Not to be used without consent.

Fall is such a dynamic season. Took this panoramic shot yesterday when the skies were very overcast, making the leaves pop right off the branches.

If you’re looking to learn more about this technique, visit http://www.photoguides.net/photoshopping-tiny-planets

If you’d like to see more of my planets, visit http://aeroartist.deviantart.com/gallery/39738882

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Planet Worcester

Downtown Worcester. City Hall vs the Sovereign Bank building. All photos by Ashley Klann, not to be reused without permission.

Planet Worcester. Taken from the area behind City Hall.

"Turtle Boy." A famous statue in the downtown commons. Not sure what they were thinking when they put in a statue of a boy humping a turtle...

City Hall.

Weird window display. Sometimes Worcester does feel like another planet.


Planets

Just showing off what I’ve been working on lately – 360×180 degree panoramic planets. They’re really satisfying when done right… and by done right I mean for days. It usually takes a lot for me to finally be happy with the end result, but this one came out pretty cool. It’s of Woodland Street, Worcester, MA, by Clark University. A lot of the houses on the street are department offices and classrooms. The President’s house and various other important sectors of campus are here also.

This link has one of the best tutorials. Tiny Planets Tutorial


One more photo tidbit…

For all of you Photoshop wizards out there, this is probably nothing new to you, but I recently became acquainted with this process: Tiny Planets Tutorial. By taking a ton of panoramic photos and stitching them together in Photoshop, you can create a miniature planet version of just about any landscape. So, I gave it a whirl, and after many failed attempts, I finally got one to come out well.

Built in 1900, this historic castle-like monument stands atop a random hill in Worcester, Massachusetts only minutes away from the downtown. There's more green space in New England's second largest city than you think.