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Fixing Photosphere Images in Blender

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Jeff writes:

360 images, or photospheres, can sometimes be rotated and have issues that you want to remove. 2D image editors like photoshop aren't up to the task, but Blender can do it! Learn how in this new Daring Dino tutorial.

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Jeff

Jeff has been using Blender for a few years and has shared tips on how to get great looking renders all along the way. He also started daringdino.com as a way to share this information and resources.

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  1. Before teaching someone, you should make sure you don’t teach the bad ...
    1. There is a much simpler way of overlaying a spherical texture on a ball; it suffices to use the “world texture” node. And torment with UV will not.
    2. In this case, the spheres are not needed, just assign the texture to the environment. In this case it will not even matter where is the camera.
    3. And the way of cleaning nadir was not worth showing. You should be ashamed of him!

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