If you’ve ever wanted to take a 360 photo of two mirrors reflecting each other, check this out. This photo was edited with what I call “the HQ method,” which is a combination of techniques and software to get excellent image quality quickly and reliably. In my virtual tour camera comparison last week, I showed the improvement in image quality from the HQ method. But my class will also teach editing techniques so you can take shots with invisible reflections like this. If you’d like to learn the HQ method, it will be posted here.
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