I enjoy adding photos to Google Maps. That enjoyment really increased a few years ago when I bought a 360-degree camera. Since 360-degree cameras are still a bit of a novelty, my images get more views than most. Last week, Google sent me an email saying: Hi Jason, You’re a top photographer on Google Maps […]
I bought a 360 degree Ricoh Theta camera about a year ago. I’ve enjoyed using it to add 360 degree photos to user-contributed photos on Google Maps. Apparently, they are popular for I received this email from Google today: You’re a top photographer on Google Maps. You’ve just accomplished what very few people have done: […]
Last month Jenny and I had some fun with our wedding photographer downtown. Here’s some of the better shots. We think he’ll do a good job in covering our wedding. She really makes me look good, doesn’t she?
My “In Stitches about AutoStitch” post explored three free panorama stitching programs that are capable of taking multiple photographs and seamlessly stitching them together into a single image. Of the three I played with, AutoStitch was the easiest to use and produced great results. When Greg read my story, he noted that I should give […]
Capturing photos and videos via a mobile phone is easy. Posting those files online from a mobile phone, however, is often tedious. In most cases you would email or MMS photos individually to Flickr, YouTube, and Facebook. I was looking for a way to upload multiple images and videos from my mobile phone in a […]