With the release of the new 2017 Samsung Gear 360 come different versions of Samsung’s 360 software with the ActionDirector Version 2 desktop and the Gear 360 (New) manager app.
I did the unthinkable and dropped my 360 camera and it resulted with a tiny, but nonetheless very noticeable, chip near dead centre of the lens. Turns out to be a nice simple fix that anyone can do. I hope you guys won’t need to do this, but if you find yourself in the same position as me then you now know what to do
Exciting times for 360 lovers. Ricoh just announced that it will be showcasing a prototype of its Ricoh Theta with 4K video (at 30fps) and 4K live streaming at NAB Show 2017! The new Theta will also have 4-channel surround sound audio and is expected to be released later this year. Check out the press…
During our time in San Francisco there was always one monument that unmistakably stands out in the city’s skyline. On our last day we ventured up Telegraph Hill to Coit Tower.
Famous for its steepness with eight hairpin turns and for some reason we chose to walk up the thing or should i say climb?
I’d heard the Palace of Fine Arts is one of the city’s most photographed sights featured in numerous film and TV productions and as soon as you get near it you can see why.
The Golden Gate Bridge, once called “the bridge that couldn’t be built”. Today it is one the seven wonders of the modern world and perhaps San Francisco’s most famous landmark, it was most definitely at the top of my to do list while in the city.
San Francisco Known for culture, music, diversity, and picturesque views throughout the city. It is also one of the most expensive cities to live in the US, so here are a few tips to help you see the sights without denting that wallet to much!
Sh*t Climbing In Mijas Pueblo! I took a day trip with friends to check out the climbs near one of the jewels of the Costa del Sol, the beautiful little town of Mijas.
With the touch of a button (more or less) you can now share the entire world around you. Not just what’s in front of the camera, but what’s behind, above and to a lesser extent even below it. Unlike anything that’s ever been available before giving you a full 360° perspective. What makes this even better is the ability to use a VR headset. This brings your shots to life, truly immersing yourself as if you’re actually stood there while the pictures were taken.
After some trial and error myself I thought I would jot down a few hints and tips to help you along the way