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

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Hi All,

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

Got a tip for shooting Matterport 360Views?

Best,

Dan
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@DanSmigrod

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!

Keith
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@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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