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December 28, 2018 at 2:00 pm in reply to: Best 360 Photography into Virtual Tour for Real Estate #19132
I’m sorry. The correct link in my Portfolio is:
http://zaer360.com.brDecember 28, 2018 at 1:51 pm in reply to: Best 360 Photography into Virtual Tour for Real Estate #19130
Dear Lew Wurdeman, it will NEVER be too late or we will be so old that we can not learn a little bit more. I use and recommend Panotour Pro, by Kolor. YES, Kolor was bought by GoPro and regrettably discontinued its development. Whoever works with Panotour Pro does not want another, he is the best, with the resources he provides us, we will still have good years of many good tours to build.
See a small demonstration: https://zaer360.com.br/tour360/OttoHouse/23295/
See other examples at: https://zaer360.com.br/imagenes-aereas-e-tour-virtual-360-graus-google-street-view/
If you understand Spanish, I recommend Mario Carvajal’s tutorials. Everything I know from 360 I learned from it. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuO1xux3iL813LIUPNenppQ/videos
Jose Carlos, from Joinville, South of Brazil.
http://zaer360.com.brApril 25, 2017 at 6:17 pm in reply to: Best 360 Photography into Virtual Tour for Real Estate #13053
Our work has won a new home. I invite everyone to visit them. http://zaer360.com.br/
I am coming to the public to thank Mario Carvajal of Colombia for his professionalism, offering free tutorials to create 360 panoramas on his youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuO1xux3iL813LIUPNenppQ .
Thank you so much for everything.
Jose Carlos, from JOINVILLE, SC – South Brazil
In my opinion, there is no standard to follow because each environment has its specific lighting characteristics. Camera in “M” mode, ISO-100, look at the environment and measure the light based on a mid-point, not too dark or too light. You start capturing with photometer indicating “0”, in the second the photometer is indicating “-1” or “+1”, readjust for “0”. Always take into account that more important than the value indicated in the photometer is the VISUAL ASPECT that you are seeing through the camera’s display. This is only the first step. EQUALIZING THE LIGHT completely, you will be able to do so through the Adobe LightRoom ADJUSTING and SYNCING all faces captured at each point. I hope my words can help you. See my latest works at:
http://zaer360.com.brDecember 30, 2016 at 8:53 pm in reply to: Best 360 Photography into Virtual Tour for Real Estate #11484
Dear Brett, for me, the best set of equipment and software, is the one that meets our need to execute our projects. I live in Joinville, South of Brazil, and work in the real estate market, recording Tours 360 of properties for sale. My tools are relatively simple compared to more sophisticated ones, but I repeat, it perfectly suits my purposes.
Equipments available in https://www.bhphotovideo.com/
* Body SONY a6000 = ILCE6000/B;
* Lens SAMYANG 7.5mm = SY75MFT-B;
* Replaces Lens E-Mount = FDX-TOUGH-EMOUNT-LT;
* WI-FI VELLO Remote Shutter = RWII-S2;
Equipments available in http://shop.nodalninja.com/
Equipament available in Aliexpress https://goo.gl/ZEJoEq
* Tripod QINGZHUANGSHIDAI = Q1000C;
For Aerial PANOS:
* Drone DJI PHANTOM 4 with APP LITCHI;
* Adobe LightRoom;
* PTGui PRO;
* Adobe Photoshop;
* PanoTour PRO.
See some of my works in: http://zaer360.com.br/
This is my first post here in the forum, I apologize to the experts if I was very detailed.
Happy New Year to all with their families,
and that 2017 is a lot of PEACE and a lot of WORK for all of us.