Spring 2012

Spring 2012
by ani

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you may have inadvertently used a feature of photos in ios called "live Photos. http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/playing-and-creating-live-photos "One of the new features in the iPhone 6s and 6s+ is the "Live Photos" feature, or as I like to call them, Harry Potter Pictures. To take one, you just have to enable the Live Photo option at the top of the ...


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Facebook have added a 360-degree panorama feature that sounds exactly like what you're describing, so I'd guess this is a Facebook feature you've discovered. More details here: http://newsroom.fb.com/news/2016/06/introducing-360-photos-on-facebook/


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This is just a guess:In Extras, is the compass enabled for the pano? Having heading information would make it relatively easy to lock a view to the iPhone orientation. Maybe you stumbled upon a yet-to-be-released Artificial Reality viewing capability. : )


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You're using the wrong tool to get what you want. The distortion settings in Lightroom are assuming you're using a physical lens, not a virtual one, like you do when shooting a panorama. You've basically blown past the limits of that that setting is meant to do. What you need is a more sophisticated panorama stitching program that allows for different ...



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