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I am still trying to figure out the tool but did a simple tour... still need to figure out attaching 360's... been doing it for a couple weeks, but need to be proficient fast...



Any expert opinions would be appreciated
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Looks like a good job
Only thing is it looks like you didn't trim a window on the left hand bedroom.
I would have tried going outside as the view would be worth doing and it looks like there would have been enough shade.
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@KentoBlanco
Hi there!
Looking good but can I give you a couple of suggestions...
First off your starting image -



You need to tilt the camera down so you have nice straight lines and cute the fridge out - it makes the space look smaller than it is -



I love that you are going into the showers! That's one of the quirky things I do but can I suggest that you make sure the camera is back from the shower head - the current position that you have the camera in cuts off the the actual shower head - if you move the camera back a little your viewers will be able to look up and see exactly what the shower head is like!

Good work!
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JTR private msg quote post Address this user
Mine is definitely not an expert opinion but it looks good. Nice beach house (I guess), you should have done some scans outside, I bet it was nice!
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