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.
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.
Want to know how to create virtual tours or share and upload your 360 images & videos? Here’s one page with over 100 platforms, sites, apps (free unless otherwise stated) plus reviews. I started this list back in August 2017 and will keep updating it as I come across new sites, so keep your eye on it.
Are you looking for 360 editing software to use on your, mobile, PC or Mac? These are the best apps that are available for editing your 360° photos and videos while at home or on the fly.
Of course you can use the likes of eBay or Amazon, but they usually have fees for selling. You can now also easily buy, sell or trade your 360 cameras on facebook and the best thing there are no fees and you can post for free.
You can now view your Ricoh Theta V 360 photos and videos wirelessly in VR using a Playstation VR or Oculus Go. The new VR viewing capability was made possible with a new Theta V plugin called VR Media Connection. This will definitely come in handy for sharing your photos and videos quickly, but also useful for virtual tours. You can get the plugin here.
How To Make Your Tiny Planets Pop? I don’t like to just snap, upload and make do. If your like me you’ll want to improve every image to its best possible output by doing a little post processing to help make the image stand out and go from a simple 4 or 5 out of 10 to at least an 8 or more. I’ve created this quick tutorial explaining my process for making my tiny planets stand out from the crowd.
How to create a lensball or glass ball effect with your 360 camera. The lensball or glass ball photography is a popular type of photography, especially on instagram, where you take a photo looking through a crystal ball (like this). If you have a 360 camera, you can simulate the lensball effect, here’s a tutorial:
Sometimes if you don’t get the angle of a 360 camera right, you’ll have huge differences of light hitting the lenses leaving you with an obvious stitch line. Thankfully you can sometimes recover and fix the problem. I’ve put together this tutorial to show you the easiest way to do it using Affinity Photo.
It’s now easy to sell your 360 photos in over 200 countries/regions and in any of 25 currencies with My 360 Shop and start earning cash from your amazing content. It’s super easy to set up and while it’s in beta phase its completely free. #sell360 #360photo #tutorial