Lassen National Park Visitor Center

This is a 360 VR photosphere of the visitor center at Lassen Volcanic National Park. It has lot’s of great info inside about the park and places to see. If you stop by here talk to the Ranger on duty and ask him or her the best places to see. The park is full of great photo opportunities.

This was photographed with a Ricoh Theta S

3 thoughts on “Lassen National Park Visitor Center

  1. gcamara14 March 13, 2017 / 2:42 am

    Perhaps you didnt embed the iframe of the photo and actually uploaded it!

    Also, Hi Bryan, i’m looking into becoming a google certified photographer. Do you have any advice or any good links to learn how to do this? The google website isnt providing much information. Any advice is much appreciated. Thanks!

    • BryanGoffPhotography March 13, 2017 / 4:04 am

      Thanks, I’ll have to look into it. To become a Trusted Google Photographer you must upload 50 360 photos to either Google maps or on Google Street View. Yes, it is that easy. Once you get those 50 uploaded you should receive an email from Google in about a week, maybe longer. The camera I use is the Ricoh Theta S. Let me know if you have anymore questions.

      • gcamara14 March 13, 2017 / 2:42 pm

        Awesome! Thanks again Bryan. With the Ricoh Theta S. Are you able to upload these to google maps? Also what software do you use to stitch the photo’s together? The internet is providing a lot of different software, I’m struggling to choose the right one.

        Thanks again! I’ll definitely give you a share for all the help.

        – Giovani

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