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Question of the Day: Got a tip for shooting Matterport 360Views?8164

DanSmigrod private msg quote post Address this user
Hi All,

The WGAN Forum Question of the Day for Monday, 5 November 2018) is:

Got a tip for shooting Matterport 360Views?


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Chemistrydoc private msg quote post Address this user

Try to avoid direct sunlight, or even very bright flares. Compared to other 360 cameras, the 360 views always look overexposed and washed-out to my eye, so minimize the brightness of daylight. Of course, this runs counter to a real estate photographer's desire to shoot everything with bright beautiful blue skies!

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VTLV private msg quote post Address this user
@Chemistrydoc - Thats a fun one isn't it. Walking to a location outdoors not realizing the sensors are looking at the sun. Then take a shot and it's all blown out. Whoops.

I find leveling not to be as much of an issue as other 360 shots I have taken. Thanks to the 15 degree variance. Bonus time saver.
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