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27 Apr 2013 8:54AM
hey man i always wondered how they make this kinds of pictures.First i thought it was a fisheye but now i see you used the 24-105. So how did you make the photo

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Hello thedude1994,

I have added the original image plus a halfway stage of the finished image.
I produce the basic image and the use Flexify2 the produce a "half-polar" image as shown above (No.3).
Save the half-polar and invert the image and save it.
Double the size of the canvas and add the first image to the second image.
Marry to the two images and flatten the resulting image.
Blend in the raw edge of the circular photo to the background.

I hope this helps you achieve the same style of image!
johnke 3 223 15
27 Apr 2013 9:57AM
A superb effect Peter , very well done, but the original is a super image...John
derrymaine 3 17 Greece
27 Apr 2013 7:11PM
amazing effect, great artwork!

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