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:
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.
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.
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You can easily remove your tripod and fix the nadir of your 360 photos whether your on your mobile or desktop. Just click on the link below to find out how. #360editing #360photo #360tutorial
With so many websites and apps in the world, you’ve probably experienced difficulty in managing them all. Luckily, there’s a single web tool available that acts as an ultimate automation service for all your internet-connected things and it’s called IFTTT, and it’s super easy to use.
All you have to do is simply upload a short 360 video clip and their software converts it into a living photo, panomoment #360editing #360photo
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…..
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.