Learn 360 Panorama Photo Guide?
Have you had a situation before, where you stood on top of a mountain or some sort of outlook and enjoyed a beautiful view that seemed to span from far left to far right, making you move your head just to see everything? If you have had one of those moments, I am sure you really wished that you could capture the beauty with your digital camera. The good news is that the technology today allows us to capture such scenes through a 360 panorama photo technique.
What is the 360 photography technique?
The 360 photography shooting, additionally referred to as extensive layout landscape photography, it is a unique approach that stitches a couple of snapshots from the same digital camera collectively to form a single wide picture. The term “Panorama” literally means “all sight” in Greek.
Different Types of 360 Panorama photos
1) Wide angle large panorama – anything that looks like a wide angle photograph, which covers less than 180 degrees, whether horizontal or vertical. Wide angle panoramas can even look like regular images, except they are stitched from several photographs and therefore would have more resolution.
2) 180 degree view panorama – panoramas that cover 180 degrees from left to right. These types of panoramas look very wide, covering a large area.
3) 360 degree no dead end view panorama – panoramas that cover up to 360 degrees. These panoramas look extremely wide and they cover the whole scene in a single, super wide image.
4) Spherical Fisheye lens view panorama – also known as “planets”. These are 360 degree panoramas that are converted to a square spherical image using a special post-processing technique.
What is a 360 Virtual Tour?
A 360 Virtual Tour is a complete 360-degree view of a space. The user can feel as if they’re standing within a space, and they can control their movement within the area. They can look up above them, at the floor below them, and all around. Users are also able to zoom in and out, giving them the ability to focus in on areas of interest. Each virtual tour is usually made up of a number of photographs which are ‘stitched’ together by the new panorama software.
360 virtual tour for business?
The 360 virtual tour technology are great for the following businesses:
– Premium Restaurant
– Hotel Lobby
– Wedding Event
– Local Church
– Local School
– Office Interior
– Event & Seminar
– Real Estate
– Trade Shows
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