360 Degree Photography

Siem Reap, Cambodia

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360-degree photography is probably the most honest way to showcase a small or large hotel room.

Did you know that 360-degree photography was developed in the late 19th century? Read this Wikipedia page for me info.

Nowadays, this type of photography has greatly improved! And it is used to create online supports and immersive identities for all kinds of establishments focusing on their online communications.

360-degree photographs can be used on social networks, available on Google Business Accounts, and most commonly to create virtual projects.

I am an expert in 360-degree photography. My approach to my work means that my photos are very high-quality and pixel-perfect as much as possible. I work alone.

Photo Portfolio

First, check out my portfolio to see the work of a professional 360-degree photographer.

Don’t hesitate of zoom in and look at the real top and real bottom of the images to appreciate the perfection.

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Did you know that a 360 degree photo is first of all a ‘flat image’?
Below, see what professional 360-degree photos look like before they can rotate 360.

Virtual Projects

Virtual projects are made with 360-degree photographs.

A virtual project is mostly called a virtual tour and it typically focuses on the virtual visit of a property. This category of project is commonly used to showcase real estate properties and high-end hotels.

A virtual project can also take the form of a virtual exhibition, and this category is usually used as an online medium for physical exhibitions and by museums.

Virtual Tour by Google

Showcasing 360-degree photography is also available for establishments having a Google Business Account.

Here the 360° photos will become available online for Google users, with the possibility to create a Virtual Tour by Google and to use it on any business website.

FAQs

Do you have another question, even technical, to which you’d like to have a clear answer? Contact me.

I work with a Nikon full-frame DSLR.
The size of a final 360-degree photo (with my work) is 288 megapixels, non-enlarged.

The best known platforms that accept 360-degree photo are Facebook, Google Maps and Earth and one OTA (Online Travel Agency) – Booking.com.

Any business website can display 360 degree photos, and there are several ways to achieve this.

Other platforms such as TripAdvisor, Instagram, Agoda doesn’t support (yet?) 360-degree images.

  • Note for Instagram and Twitter: there is a trick to display 360-degree photos on these platforms. Feel free to contact me for more details.
  • Note for TripAdvisor: from time to time, we can find some 360-photos available with some accounts. These 360-photos were uploaded by authorized TripAdvisor photographers. No other third-part photographers can upload such photos on any account.

Each third-party hosting platforms have their own specifications to the medias you are publishing to their platforms – such as the compression of a 360-degree image, the compression of a photo, etc.

Native computers and devices aren’t built to display a 360-degree photo. You need to install a third-party program or an app.

Do you want to know my price to work on 360-degree photography for your business?