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FOR ALL POSTS - Please include the following in the post -

City - State/Province - Country

GPS data is not adequate.  We need the information above in the post text.  

Sometimes, these will not be appropriate (under water for example) but otherwise, they are compulsory.

If these are not included, then the post will be deleted
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+Josh VFX that is quite OK. You can limit the information to a city and country. Otherwise, if this is problematic, there should be other fora to post the spheres that you consider too close to home.
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The Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.Unfortunately, I forgot to take a nadir shot, so I covered it up with one of those mirror balls.

Views version here: http://goo.gl/SuWnD0

#neworleans   #louisiana   #unitedstates   #photosphere   #panorama  
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bob scaff

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Pano_Boulier_PanoramaDxO2 / Yaoundé / Cameroun
Ricoh Theta / 1 shoot
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Lien pour la visionneuse Theta
https://theta360.com/s/rS2vPgUgRGyU8A9GLDA4vYd3w
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Nikica Anic

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St. Mark's Square, Zagreb, Croatia, Europe
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Erik Bjers

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I have recently had a few people ask me how to create tiny planets, and while these are relatively easy to create there are a few little tricks you can do to improve the final product.

I have written a how to on my blog which goes over creating and composing a tiny planet.  Feel free to read and comment if you wish.

http://echosbyerik.com/2015/03/01/creating-a-tiny-planet/
Many of you who follow me on Google+ or Round.me will have seen the tiny planets I usually post along with my photospheres. Tiny Planets (also known as little planet) is a Stereographic Down Projec...
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Any tips for those that edit them entirely in their phone?  It seems straight-forward when I try them, but I figured that there's always room for improvements.
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The center of St. Louis Cemetery No. 2 in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. This is the city's second oldest cemetery in existence.

Views version here: http://goo.gl/iZGiiO

#neworleans   #louisiana   #cemetery   #unitedstates   #photosphere  
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Red360

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+Erik Bjers asked if I had a planet of the Mintaro Station, here it is.
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Thank you for sharing.
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Capitol Hill on a cold winter morning. Handheld photo sphere
Washington, DC. USA
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N john

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Avenida da Praia 龍環葡韻住宅博物館 Avenida da Praia, Macau
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About this community

A place for us to add our fantastic photo-spheres and share them to the world. FOR ALL POSTS - Please include the following in the post - City, State/Province, Country. Sometimes, these will not be appropriate (under water for example) but otherwise, they are compulsory. Put this information in the post. GPS data is not adequate. *Resolution - Pixels* Please post in full resolution as smaller spheres (typically below 3000 x 1500 pixels) will either not render and rotate on all viewing platforms or are of low visual quality. Spheres that do not render properly or are of poor quality (as judged by the moderators) due to low resolution will be deleted. *Number of Posts per Day* Please post no more than 3 individual posts per day. You can use albums to post more than 3 photospheres if you wish. *ACCEPTABLE POSTS: Field of View* The requirements for an acceptable post are similar to those of Google Maps. Full photospheres are encouraged and preferred. Partial photospheres will be accepted if (a) they have 360 degree horizontal field of view and (b) there is at least 145 degree field of view (which will be judged by the moderators by estimation). Do not post cylindrical (strip) panoramas or wide angle shots. Posts not meeting these requirements will be deleted. *Categories* Please post in the correct category. "Photo-Spheres" and "Tiny Planets". When there is a post in the wrong category we will try to change it for you but if due to circumstance we cannot, it may be deleted. We encourage you to post FULL spheres, i.e, spheres with no black holes (patches), particularly at the zenith or nadir. *Do NOT just post Links* Please include the actual photosphere in your post, not just a link to another location. You can still include the link in your description of the sphere. *Other* No blogs or advertisements please. These will be removed. No flaming or other poor behaviour will be tolerated. Easypano posts or links will not be accepted in this community due to administrative issues.

bob scaff

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Antigone, Montpellier, France
8 shots handheld.
Nikon d3100 + Samyang 8mm.
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National Air & Space Museum
Washington, DC USA
Handheld #PhotosphereHDR  
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Planning on heading up that way in the Spring when i leave Florida   Interesting +Mark Susman 
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A tiny planet rendering of the National Statuary Hall at the US Capitol building. 
Washington, DC. USA
 
Bird's Eye View of The National Statuary Hall at the US Capitol Bldg. 
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Damien Jourdan

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Montpellier, France. 
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N john

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龍環葡韻住宅博物館 Avenida da Praia, Macau
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