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How to make indoor spherical panorama

How to make a (good-looking) spherical panorama on indoor places ? Such as breezeways, corridors, rooms, and any indoor place with limited height, which is approx. 3 meters. I'm using it to create ...
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I want to make a 360 degree photo in one static photo

How can I make a photo like this using my Smart Phone camera and Photoshop?
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How do I remove PTGUI's black top/down circles on a QTVR / CUBIC?

I'd like to know how to remove PTGUI's black circle holes when converting an already flat 360 pano to an Equirectangular QTVR / Cubic. I do understand that the Top & Down generated images have ...
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What equipment do I need for 360° virtual tour photography? [duplicate]

I am looking forward to make a 360 degree virtual tour photography of my locality. Could you please suggest the basic specifications of the camera that would be required to do so? What software can I ...
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What can I do to improve my panoramas [closed]

I'm currently experimenting with mountain/countryside panoramas, using a Sigma 105mm f/2.5 DG macro HSM lens adapted to my EOS-M5. Here's my set of basic rules for making a set of photos to be ...
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What cameras can be used for custom street view? I mean lots of overlapping spherical panoramas which cover long distances [duplicate]

Google Street View is good idea. But I don't know any way to make similar thing myself. Is there any? What equipment would I need to make 1000 km of my own street view at once?
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Where to get a tutorial on how to create full 3d panoramic cube images set with your camera and photoshop?

So on adobetv I found tuts on simple one image panorama creation like this but I want to know how esely create panoramas like for such artworks (there were used images ('http://mrdoob.github.com/...
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How do I make a perfect photosphere?

I take photospheres on my Android phone, and for some reason, it's never perfect. My feet are always there. And sometimes there are some places where they aren't connected properly. How do I make a ...
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Make virtual tour from photos [duplicate]

I have been presented with an option to make a virtual tour for my school. Kind of like a Google's Street View but for a school building. It should be made so that everyone on the school's webpage can ...
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How do I make equirectangular with Hugin, starting 6 pics Cubic Projection?

How do I generate a equirectangular with Hugin? I have enough images for a 360 view of my scene. I see the Cubic Projection or equirectangular in the Hugin documentation but I see no mention of it in ...
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Stitching multiple camera panoramas

I have 4 identical cameras orientated on a tripod covering a 180 degree vertical field of view. The setup revolves using a motor and I want to create a 360 degree panorama. Vertically, there is very ...
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Wide angle or ultra-wide (fisheye) lens for interior and exterior architecture shots?

I'm thinking to add a wide angle lens to my gear and I need your advice. I own a Nikon D5300, and my options are the: 10.5mm f/2.6 Nikkor fish eye or the 10-22mm f/4 Sigma wide angle zoom. I think ...
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Spherize a picture, bad perspective on the junction when projected

I'm a software developer, so I don't understand very much about photography. My approach is the next: I'm trying to take a panorama about sticky images, then I make it 2:1 with margins and spherize ...
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How can I take “Photo Sphere” style images with a regular camera? [duplicate]

With google's Nexus devices it is possible to make so-called Photo Spheres. Is it possible to make a Photo Sphere with an ordinary digital camera?
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Easy way to precisely line up images with slight nodal pan misalignment

I have the following two images, with a stick in the peak of a golf ball in one, and in the trough in another: They are very similar, however they are slightly misaligned due to nodal pans in between ...

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