I bracket each shot and then use Exposure Fusion in PTGui. I’ll first bracket for the brightest area -2/0/+2, do my shots all the way around and then I’ll bracket for the darkest area of -2/0/+2 and do another round of shots. So I’ll have 6 shots of just one area. It seems to be the only thing that works for me when I do Google Business View 360s and have the door open to try and get the inside and outside shots to be view-able.
That’s exactly what I use Rafael. I take 6 shots though to reduce the nadir and use PTGui for the stitching.
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