Beside the Reflecting Pool - Nexus 4
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Beside the Reflecting Pool - Nexus 4

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This is the first spherical panorama that I took with my new Nexus 4 phone attached to a modified Gymbl Pano mount.  I used the standard Android camera App using the HDR setting and automatically stitched the images using AutoPano.  There were no other edits made to the image.

  • vicky lahkar 6 months ago
    Nice. But i do have one querry. How did you know when to snap the click as the standard android camera app doesnt give any such indications ( as you are not using the photosphere option)?
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