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Tiny planet with Typhoon H, fast and easy

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1. Use Double Layer Panorama Mode (get 18 pictures)
2. Use free software like Microsoft's Image Composite Editor (stitch and crop)
3. Use any software for post, canvas your image to 2:1 proportions and add sky.
4. Use free service like Kuula.co to get 360 panorama or "Tiny planet" effect.

Here is my first Tiny planet pictures from Typhoon H, first is 20m AGL, second one is 40m AGL.

1st_tiny.jpg

2st_tiny.jpg
 
Reminds me of the extreme fisheye lenses, not a gret fan of these effects, they seem to post a lot of these shots on DJI Facebook pages, not being critical, just saying I like natural landscapes, waterfalls, sunsets, but that's just me, all the best.
 
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...they seem to post a lot of these shots on DJI Facebook pages...

Yeah, it's a Quickshot mode called Asteroid. You just put the drone in an initial position, tap a button and the system does all the rest. It's so simple anyone can do it....so you see a lot of them posted.
 
1. Use Double Layer Panorama Mode (get 18 pictures)
2. Use free software like Microsoft's Image Composite Editor (stitch and crop)
3. Use any software for post, canvas your image to 2:1 proportions and add sky.
4. Use free service like Kuula.co to get 360 panorama or "Tiny planet" effect.

Here is my first Tiny planet pictures from Typhoon H, first is 20m AGL, second one is 40m AGL.

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I do these all the time!
 

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