So hey, hi, hello, aloha, guten tag, in GT, in today, we are working on making composite images. So now you may be asking yourself "Oh wow, just more pictures bundled up, isn't one enough for you guys?" and the answer is no, it'll never be yes. You see, panoramas and the Tiny Spherical worlds you guys see, they aren't one picture, if you were to see one picture of all that were used, you'd probably see only 20% of the view you get from a panorama. Now you're probably all like "Whoa, I can't believe I didn't know that, I should give Micah a high five" and yes, yes you should.
Well if you hopefully saw someone else's blog (They're all cool, check em out.) You should know what the types of Panoramas are. But do you really know them? HMMMMHHH? Well just incase you don't let me tell you about them. So a polar panorama is like your own mini world, simply put, more advance-ly put however, it's a panorama warped to have the bottom circle around and the top to follow the same pattern, which usually ends it off making it look like a mini world. Now what's a spherical panorama, ok let me sum it up, the world is the air and the air is the world, man, that couldn't be more vague.
And what makes my amazingly amazing worlds so convincing, simple *~PHOTOSHOP MAGIC :D~* And hard work. But what is said is right, and wrong, well yes we use photoshop and yes it's pretty diddly dang magical, it's too vague. We use the stamp tool (Which is 40% magic.) to copy the surroundings of the world and to piece it together so you know, theres not just a massive line that cuts through the universe, unless, that's normal for you. And we also put some refining touches on the pieces we felt could be refined but uh, I'm at that point where I neeedd tooo sayyyy!
This is (Or is it?) Micah, signing off.
Period 1: (Us)
Jhoanna Marie Domingo
Micah Miller <-- You are here.
Give them all a click for me will ya? (:D)
My name is Micah A. Miller and I'm a student at Kapa'a Middle. I love my friends and family. If you are reading this, I want to thank you because you have taken time to learn a bit more about me!