tiny planet view of Kahakai Park, Hawaii composed by Harry Durgin in opensource tools Hugin, GIMP, Darktable for his Weekly Edit tutorial

Tiny Planet

Just for fun

In this episode I start with a 360 panorama and make a tiny planet picture. I share some tips on setting up the shot. Then I do some pre-processing in Darktable, assembly in Hugin, conversion to radial in the GIMP, and some final touches back in Darktable.
It's a tiny-planet tour of opensource tools to compose a tiny planet of my local morning.
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