Here you will find all the 360 accessories I’ve come across that I thought could be useful for shooting in 360. To help i’ve grouped camera specific accessories together just click on the camera link below.
The things I can’t travel without. I’ll keep updating this list whenever I discover something new, so keep your eye on it.
Enjoy a 360 virtual tour of the Torbay Air show. As previous years most of the flying programme will be during the afternoon with Saturday pretty much the same, but this year Sunday’s display’s will be a little different
BrixFest is a three-day celebration of the charming fishing town of Brixham. This was the first time coming to Brixfest for myself and my girlfriend, we didn’t really know what to expect.
Enjoy a 360 virtual tour of Torquay’s most popular and main beach Torre Abbey Sands.
iStaging kindly offered me to try out their ultimate package. It allows you to create a virtual tour with not only a dedicated 360 camera, but you can even use your own phone along with the special equipment they will happily send out to you completely free.
Not many people, even some locals realise just how many beaches Torbay has, 3 of them awarded with the Blue Flag, 10 the Seaside Award
Enjoy a virtual tour of Torquays Institute beach. A quiet little cove backed by red sandstone cliffs, which is tucked away behind the Livermead Cliff Hotel on Torquay seafront road and looks across to Abbey Sands.
A swashbuckling mix of piratical fun and entertainment! There are LOTS of pirates, military and period re-enactors with guns and cannons making plenty of noise! The place really goes to town with the pirate decorations, everything from the lamp posts to people’s own house windows have flags, parrots or skeletons and you may even see a ship on wheels, derived from an electric wheelchair.
Enjoy a virtual tour of Thatcher Point the closest you can get on land to the mysterious Torbay island Thatcher Rock.