I’d never heard of Stereographs before I got an newsletter email from Lost At E Minor, showing these amazing photographs. I’m a sucker for clever photography.”David Jackson, a British photographer, has come up with a series called ‘mini planets‘  that I find pretty amazing. For each ‘planet’, he had to take up to 100  single photos, which he then put together using a digital processing  technique called stereographic projection. It shows a 360-degree  spherical panorama as a flat image.”  I’d never heard of Stereographs before I got an newsletter email from Lost At E Minor, showing these amazing photographs. I’m a sucker for clever photography.”David Jackson, a British photographer, has come up with a series called ‘mini planets‘  that I find pretty amazing. For each ‘planet’, he had to take up to 100  single photos, which he then put together using a digital processing  technique called stereographic projection. It shows a 360-degree  spherical panorama as a flat image.”  I’d never heard of Stereographs before I got an newsletter email from Lost At E Minor, showing these amazing photographs. I’m a sucker for clever photography.”David Jackson, a British photographer, has come up with a series called ‘mini planets‘  that I find pretty amazing. For each ‘planet’, he had to take up to 100  single photos, which he then put together using a digital processing  technique called stereographic projection. It shows a 360-degree  spherical panorama as a flat image.”  I’d never heard of Stereographs before I got an newsletter email from Lost At E Minor, showing these amazing photographs. I’m a sucker for clever photography.”David Jackson, a British photographer, has come up with a series called ‘mini planets‘  that I find pretty amazing. For each ‘planet’, he had to take up to 100  single photos, which he then put together using a digital processing  technique called stereographic projection. It shows a 360-degree  spherical panorama as a flat image.”  I’d never heard of Stereographs before I got an newsletter email from Lost At E Minor, showing these amazing photographs. I’m a sucker for clever photography.”David Jackson, a British photographer, has come up with a series called ‘mini planets‘  that I find pretty amazing. For each ‘planet’, he had to take up to 100  single photos, which he then put together using a digital processing  technique called stereographic projection. It shows a 360-degree  spherical panorama as a flat image.” 

I’d never heard of Stereographs before I got an newsletter email from Lost At E Minor, showing these amazing photographs. I’m a sucker for clever photography.

David Jackson, a British photographer, has come up with a series called ‘mini planets‘ that I find pretty amazing. For each ‘planet’, he had to take up to 100 single photos, which he then put together using a digital processing technique called stereographic projection. It shows a 360-degree spherical panorama as a flat image.