I haven't taken pics of everything in the last two years, so I thought I should do that before I move. I got engaged last weekend, so I will be packing up my stuff in the next few weeks. I likely won't be able to display my collection in full (or even half) since I likely won't be taking all of my furniture with me. Everything is on Facebook to make it a little easier to caption the photos and host them.
I figured out how to trick Facebook into thinking some of these pictures were 360 panoramic images (which loads their 360 viewer). So make sure and check those images out at the end of the album. And if you have Photoshop and want to do that to your own images, follow the instructions here: tophermcculloch.com/2016/06/make-photo-work-360-photosphere-facebook/ and make sure to change the width of your image to 6000 pixels (which those instructions forgot to mention) before you save the image (or before you start that process they describe... it doesn't matter when you do it... just do it). Also... make sure when you save your jpg, the box for "progressive" isn't ticked... mine is ticked by default... and Facebook doesn't seem to like that for 360 images. So use "Baseline 'Standard'". If Facebook still doesn't think it is a 360 photo, crop some of the top and bottom off until it does. I had 2 images I had to take some off the top and bottom a few times before it worked properly. It's super cool and lets you see my collection really well!
I believe this link may take you to just the 360 images...
Last Edit: Aug 21, 2018 13:45:37 GMT -6 by Branjita