20 Hints & Tips for Shooting in 360°

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

Packing Tips

Be cruel to be kind. Get rid of all those things that you put in the pile in with the slightest hope that maybe the pile wouldn’t be too big and you could slip them in. You’ve got to be really severe with yourself as you should be leaving with a bag no more than three quarters full.

San Diego in 360º

San Diego one of the most chilled out friendly places I’ve visited in the US, you’d be hard-pressed to think of a more laid-back place. The surfer dudes are always happy to show people their city. From hiking, days at the beach, runnin, or the downtown Gaslamp area, as well as the famous Pacific Beach, is full of trendy seafood restaurants, bustling bars, and some amazing taco stalls.