mirror ball for panoramic imaging
i am complete new to this site, but i have seen lots of interesting stuff!
maybe someone here can help me...
i want to take panoramic images using a shot of a mirrorball. it is a simple technique, still very effictive. but: where, or how can i get a real perfect mirrorball? it has to have a perfect surface...
you can buy steel-balls, or christmas-decoration, but none of these is good enough. it should have the surface quality of an photographic lens.
my idea: buying a "cheap" glass-ball and somehow turning it to a mirror. but how can i do this?
If you are interested in the technique of panoramashooting using a mirrirball check this site: http://www.clickheredesign.com.au/cubicconverter/tutorials/converting-mirrorball.html