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Google Maps Introduces Views Community to Contribute Photo Spheres

Jul 31 2013, 10:07am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Google Maps Introduces Views Community to Contribute Photo Spheres

Google launches a new community site for Google Maps called 'Views'. It allows you to publicly share 360º panoramic photo spheres (camera or street view images) of places to Google Maps.

There is something new in the air and Google Maps is responsible for its entry in this wonderful world of ours. “Views” is a community site where consumers may post and explore 360 degree photo spheres. These are constructed on Android devices. A whole album will be available on its Street View gallery. The moment you upload Photo Sphere from Google+ you may create your profile on the site. Each and every one of your material contents will get displayed there. The launch campaign of Views is a source of great excitement for the aficionados of photography on the Net. Photos may now be accessed in a simple and smooth manner. You can even track them down by means of three criteria: author, provenance and level of fame. 

Even professional tours are available in Google Maps Views. This is an ideal opportunity for amateur photographers to get their inspiration from a library of likable images. Android phones are all you need and you may click away to your heart’s content. The process of posting the photographs is fun too. The phone has to be held at eye level and close to the body. The rotation occurs via the blue button on the screen. The treasure trove that this will prove to be for amateur and professional photographers alike hardly needs going into. Views will revolutionize the fine art of visual excess till it embraces the entire world. The colors, forms and contours you will be able to capture will captivate anybody who gazes upon them.

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