Here is a list of sites and apps for sharing 360 photos, videos and creating Virtual Tours (free unless otherwise stated)
Many of us taking 360 photos like to use programs like Affinity Photo or Photoshop to touch up and colour correct. This is always a bit tedious as you have to do the stitching with the cameras mobile app and then transfer to your desktop. Thankfully you can now enjoy the huge array of apps Android has on your Mac or PC, even if you don’t own an Android smartphone or tablet with an emulator.
When metadata has been stripped or never existed in the first place, software may not be able to tell that your photo or video is 360. To inject metadata, you’ll need to edit the XMP tags in the Exif data…..
The Veer virtual tour experience is out of its Beta stage and has officially been released and its completely FREE for all to use #VeerVR #VirtualTour
One page with all the latest, best and worst 360º cameras money can buy. There are now a whole host of 360 degree cameras that won’t damage your wallet to much should you want to buy one as a beginner or if you can afford the extra splurge, you can shoot in even higher quality with some amazing pro cameras.
Thankfully it has now become easier than ever to add your own images to Google Street View and believe it or not you can get started for less than £100.
A quick tutorial to explain how to how to take a mouthie #mouthshot #tutorial #360technique
One of the best affordable 360 cameras you can buy and the one I use myself.
Affinity Photo are offering a great end of year sale with 20% off at £38.99, this is down from the usual £48.99. This is a great alternative if you can’t afford the likes of Adobe Photoshop.
A quick tutorial to show you how easy it is to remove your tripod or yourself from the nadir of your 360 pictures using your mobile phone.