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I Have here a 360 Panorama picture from random Web search:

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I want to ask how to do this, do I need some special lens or any equipment to do this? It's kind a tricky I guess.

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wow. amazing photograph, i've read an article in a magazine on how to do it. i'll post it later when I find it... – user19311 Jul 30 '13 at 6:17
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Some links to tutorials help you get started:

Digitial Camera world Photoshop tutorial

Photo extremist tutorial

Photojojo tutorial

This is entirely a product of post processing and stitching multiple exposures together. Not the by-product of some interesting lens. You will need a tripod and the right software (photoshop/some other plugins assist (see articles))

Hope that helps!

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