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Create little planets out of your photos! Experiment to find out what works best.
-Take a landscape photo (align objects horizontally), or choose a landscape or panorama picture from your photo library.
-For better results, make sure lighting is even on the left and right side of the picture.
-Preview your picture and make changes (background color, angle or rotate, inverse). The low resolution preview lets you make changes faster.
-If you like your little planet, save it and see the final results when you open it directly from your Photo Library. The picture resolution will be higher after it's been saved (same resolution as the original picture).
-Panoramas work better than regular landscape pictures.
-You can enhance your little planets using your favorite photo editing apps.
-It is a lot of fun to create PhotoPlanets of places and things in your community, or places you travel to, and to share them with friends, family and the whole world using photo sharing apps like Instagram.
-It does not take long to become an expert at making beautiful PhotoPlanets!
I really LIKE this app!
Ok, so $2 for this app might be a bit much and might not be "worth it" for most iPhone users, but I do like this app better than the others I've seen...which aren't many that produce these same effects. I use this app a lot for I'm into iPhoneography and use Instagram all the time.
I definitely like it, but you have to be okay with minimal options and basically a very simple app for the $2 you spend.
If you are into iPhoneography and/or Instagram, I think it's a good app.
I am hoping for additional features and options on this app to be completely justify the $2 when many great iPhone photog apps are free.
To be fair this app does simply wrap your photo around to create a planet. Unlike Small Planet you can use your own photos, however not every photo will give you good results. I would like to see some more creation options other than rotate, but I think this app has potential.
not worth it
$2 bucks... really? yeah the fact it stretches your photo into a sphere is decent. but if you could actually add more photos it would look somewhat of a "world". not very impressed