360 product photography is a type of photography that allows you to see the whole product, from all angles.

It’s also known as spherical or 360 degree imaging.

This type of photography can be used for any type of product and is especially useful for ecommerce websites where consumers want to see what they’re buying before they buy it.

How to Take 360 Product Photos?

To take 360 product photos, you’ll need the following:

A camera with a 360-degree panorama mode.

This can be either an action cam or a smartphone with a built-in panorama feature.

An app that allows you to create 360 images from your camera’s photos.

We recommend Google Photo Sphere for this purpose (available on Android and iOS).

How to Edit 360 Product Photos?

Editing 360 product photos is a little more complicated than editing traditional images.

If you’re using Photoshop, there are some extra steps involved in making sure your photos look good as a whole and don’t have any weird stitching issues.

First, open up the image in Photoshop.

Then go to Edit > Auto Align Layers and select Auto instead of Merge Visible Layers.

This will create a new layer for each photo so that when you rotate them around later on, they don’t overlap or show up blurry because they were taken at different angles (like if someone had moved).

Next comes the tricky part: rotating all those layers!

Select all four by clicking on one then holding shift while clicking on each additional one until they’re all selected; then go to Edit > Transform > Rotate 90 Degrees CW (counterclockwise).

Repeat this process until all four images have been rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise–this ensures that everything lines up properly when viewed from above or below (or whatever direction).

You may also need to resize these images slightly so that they fit together nicely into one seamless panorama;

just use Free Transform with “Wrap Around” checked under Options until everything looks good enough for publishing purposes!

Best Practices for 360 Product Photography

Be sure to include all relevant information.

Make sure the lighting is consistent throughout your 360 product photos.

Use a tripod to avoid camera shake and blurry images.

360 Product Photography – Wrapping Up

You now know everything you need to know about 360 product photography.

If you’re looking for a way to make your products more appealing and engaging, then this is the right choice for you.

The benefits of using this type of photography are numerous:

it allows customers to see what they’re buying before they buy it;

it makes products easier to sell online; and it gives customers an immersive experience that enhances their shopping experience.