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Shamelessly plugging my own android app Mirror Lab, that can do this effect.
Go to the Alchemy group (scroll bottom bar to the right) and select Height Map 3D. This particular perspective would require to play with the view buttons (arrow buttons on the left).
It's like a super fish eye effect or a 360° camera. Possibly with some mirroring too. You can get similar results with the mirror lab app.
Link : [link]
Je développe une app Android, Mirror Lab, qui rend cet effet assez simplement. Le filtre prédéfini s'appelle "Strange" (dans le groupe baguette magique) et est en fait un cas particulier du filtre plus généraliste Kaleidoscope.
Thanks, if anyone care - it can be done in Mirror Lab app (Play store link) in Alchemy section and pixel sorting effect after few tries with different settings. Then it's all in layers - wiping part of the sky so the melting effect would be applied only to lower part of the original image and that's it. Don't remember now if I used blending mode different than "normal" but that's a detail ;)
To be honest it was all done on my phone. The Galaxy S10+ has a pretty amazing camera. Then some minor manipulation with Snapseed and Mirror Lab.
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Also here's an app: [link]
Yeah, it's gone, but Mirror Lab is a pretty decent app that has a Planet option in the Distort section that arguably has better editing options for the planet.
You can zoom and rotate just like in the Google Camera app, but you can also do a few other interesting manipulations.
Also you don't have to thumb through all your pictures to get to your 360 shots the way the Google Camera app required. It was never in Photos, so you would have to open Google Camera, and if it was a 360 you took a while ago, it was a pain to navigate to it. I went through a ton of Tiny Planet apps, and Mirror Lab was the only one that gave a good experience.
It will cost $3.99 to get the Planet option, though.
Mirror Lab app
Example editing with one of my 360 photos
Hi! I have just released a new photo app 2 days ago.
Mirror Lab is a photo filter app centered around reflection and distortion effects. I have made significant improvements to the image processing engine compared to my previous apps. It now supports an infinite undo/redo stack and low resolution preview rendering. The app has over 40 different filters and lot of parameters to play with.
I would love feedback, including just knowing if things works properly. I know some people have encountered some glitches (eg. the app is stuck in low resolution output) and I'm curious as to how frequent these are.
Yes, I have a Tumblr blog where I share some description of my process. I am also very happy to talk geometry with people who are interested and share any knowledge that may help.
Most of what I learned to start out was from following these tutorials. My work is a mix of things designed from scratch on paper, using Adobe Illustrator and the Mirror Lab app on my phone. So I work out ideas on the various platforms and re-work them in others. Also, MirrorMe is the greatest plugin for Adobe Illustrator I've found so far.
An app called Mirrorlab: [link]
This is clearly made with Mirrorlab. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ilixa.mirror&hl=en_SG
Maybe this one? Mirror Lab
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You can do it yourself in Mirror Lab app :)
An Android app that does distortion and mirroring effects.