Googler chimes in in our boards with tricks to support your Photograph Spheres.
We’re slowly seeing an increasing number of emphasis being placed on Photograph Spheres, and Google is providing a couple of guidelines with a brand new tutorial video. Between instrument improvements for taking Photo Spheres in Android 4.3 and new ways to upload and share them on Google Maps, you want to be able to take the best 360-degree views possible. The main tips may seem counterintuitive, but Google seems to have worked out a system here:
- Hold the phone close to your body
- Keep the phone in portrait orientation
- Make full rotations holding the phone at each angle until a full 360 is achieved
ThatAdamGuy, a Googler working on Photo Sphere has also chimed in in our forums to offer a few tips, mirroring many of the things pointed out in the video. He says that Google is working to create more documentation for Photo Spheres, which should help users get a better hold on the technique for creating great images.
If you’re interested in working on your Photo Sphere skills or have a question about the topic, hit up the forums below to join in on the discussion.