15 shot 360 degree circle panorama.
Night shots like this put together in such a fashion creates quite a bit of noise, but did a couple of hours of noise reduction to get the worst away.
Shot with Nikon d800, 14-24mm f/2.8 @ f/5.6 Iso 2000 , 30 seconds.
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You need to make a 360 degree panorama and stitch those together as a regular straight pano. ( make sure that the edges is alike on both sides ( any good marker will do, lights, a tree just as long as it is a complete 360 degree pano ).
Then you import it into photoshop ( if you haven´t already stitched it in ps
) then you go to Image->size and set the lenght of the photo equal to its height. ( yes it will look weird, but dont worry
Rotate the image 180 degrees ( upside down)
Then select filter -> Distort -> Polar Coordinates
Make sure rectangular to polar is selected.
Click Ok and voila you got yourself a little mini world.
*changed the title as it came across different than intended