360' Photography

22nd July 2016
I've been using a 360' camera for a month or so now, it's still very much a gimmick for us, but it certainly has it's uses.
At weddings, it's great for capturing everyone in one picture - after the ceremony with everyone in a circle around the couple, and at the wedding breakfast, where we can see everyone at every table.

It has some real world uses, possibly to do tours of places, show off wedding venues - inside & out etc. It's certainly going to be something that is going to grow. Facebook has already integrated 360 pano photos, so I can see it really taking off with the growth in virtual reality.
So yes, we had to be in at the first steps and try it out :)

Here's a selection of some we've taken so far... let me know what you think.

A beach wedding...
Lindzi & Max's beach wedding at The Glen Golf Club, North Berwick - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

All the wedding guests around the happy couple after their ceremony...
Natasha & Jonny's wedding at Dunglass Estate on Wednesday 6th July 2016 - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Showing off a venue - in this case outside Greywalls in Gullane...
Greywalls, Gullane - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

The grounds of Carberry Tower
Carberry Tower, Musselburgh - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

The band at a wedding...
Pulse at Rebecca and John's wedding at Dunglass - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Tables set for a wedding breafast at Carberry Tower
Carberry Tower flowers and tables by Planet Flowers, Edinburgh - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Inside a hotel , in a lounge at Greywalls in Gullane
Greywalls, Gullane - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Insie St Mary's church in Haddington
St Mary's Church, Haddington - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

There is certainly potential in this new tech...
Any wedding venues that would like more info , or would like to take us up on the offer of a few free 360 panoramics, please get in touch.


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