Maintaining a steady surface when you rotate your camera is essential to guarantee you a successfully stitched 360º photo. Also, each photo must has at least 30 percent overlaps so that the stitching program automatically links them together into a 360º photo.
There are devices that take 360º photos with a click of a shutter, but in most cases, we take several photos, partially overlapped, with an ordinary camera and use a stitching software to produce a panoramic photo. A simple explanation for taking a 360º photo is to take several photos of about 30% or more
Full frame vs crop frame, which one is more suitable for a 3D virtual tour? The aspect ratio of width to height is the same for both, however, the full frame body has more lenses that are compatible.
If you are planning to get a new camera, at some point you may start wondering which camera you really need. The million dollar question is should you get a crop or full frame? Before making that decision, let’s learn the difference between these two. Both cameras refer to the actual, physical size of the
As soon as an object falls out of this range, it begins to lose focus to an accelerating degree the farther out of the zone it falls.
As digital cameras have evolved over the years, wireless connectivity and large resolution are now the norm. Nearly all cameras now contain both manual and automatic modes with high-tech camera sensors that allow you to take professional-grade photos. Yet when it comes to 360º photos, despite the deployment of several auto-related advancements, nothing still compares
What happens when you see your finger with your left eye and right eye.
The concept of no parallax point is the most important component to get right if you take multiple consecutive shots to produce a single 360º image. When taking multiple pictures, panorama production will be seamless only when you take a shot with the no-parallax point rotated around the center point. The NPP (no-parallax point) can
High resolution DSLR cameras for 360-degree photos
With the growing popularity of 360º cameras over the last couple of years, we have seen the use of 360º photos across a plethora of industries. From tourism to construction, the advent of 360º photos has given viewers a different immersive experience. Creating a 3D tour begins with a 360º photograph. This image is produced