How can beginners learn 360 photo editing? Here is a preview of HQ Lite, a series of tutorials that will show you how to edit 360 photos to get results like the one you see above.
Suppose you just took a 360 photo for your first paid project and then you come home, look at your photo, and it looks like the one on the left? What will you tell your client?
The shot on the left is a real photo from the XPhase Pro X2, a high resolution 360 camera. The shot on the right is the exact same 360 photo, from the exact same camera and the same files.
The good news is that even beginners can learn 360 photo editing and be able to get results like the one on the right side. I’ve been busy working on HQ Lite, which will show beginners how to edit 360 photos, taking you step by step with clear instructions.
Here is a preview of a 360 photo (you can rotate the view and move the middle slider) that shows the results that you can get with HQ Lite. And if you are already in HQ Method or Virtual Tour Edge, HQ Lite will be available for free (just message me).