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In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use Google Photo Sphere to capture 360-degree photo panoramas and embed them on your website

You use photographs in your stories every day. They help bring a story to life in the way text can’t. With better, faster and cheaper mobile technology, journalists are experimenting with panoramas to provide a richer photo experience for their audiences. In this tutorial, we’ll highlight Google Photo Sphere , 360-panoramas — think: Google Maps Street View — you can create for free using your Android or iOS device. Once you’ve made your photo sphere, you can embed it in your web-based stories to provide immersive, engaging story elements.

For this exercise, you’ll need an Android (4.4+) or iOS device. If you’re using an Android device, make sure to have the Google Camera app installed. If using an iOS device, download the Photo Sphere Camera app from the App Store. You can also create photo spheres with a DSLR camera and third-party panorama software (more info below).

To get started creating photo spheres, first watch the following instructional video:

Create a photo sphere with your Android device:

Create a photo sphere with your iOS device:

Create a photo sphere with your DSLR camera

Tips for capturing great photo spheres

You’ve created your photo sphere, and now you’re ready to share it with your audience. Here’s how:

Quickly and easily embed a photo sphere on your website

Create a Google Maps API custom Street View webpage

Congratulations! You are now ready to create and share photo spheres.

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L'expression avoir hâte de est souvent suivie d'un verbe:

J'ai hâte de vous voir bientôt.

Peut-elle aussi suivie d'un nom ? Par exemple:

J'ai hâte de l'été.

pour dire "I'm looking forward to the summer". Sinon, quelle est la bonne traduction pour cette phrase anglaise ?

En français hexagonal avoir hâte de est suivi de l'infinitif:

J'ai hâte d'être en vacances.

On n'y fait pas suivre hâte de d'un nom, mais on peut faire suivre avoir hâte d'une proposition complétive introduite par que :

J'ai hâte que l'été arrive.

Non attesté par les livres de grammaire et autres lexiques, on peut trouver avoir hâte suivi de à + nom . Il me semble que c'est un Québécisme.

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Encore plus de raisons d’avoir hâte à demain ! ( blog d'un groupe commercial Québécois )

Et je viens de trouver confirmation de mes soupçonssur le blog du linguiste Canadien Pierre Calvé :

M. Guy Bertrand, chroniqueur linguistique à la première chaîne de Radio-Canada, disait récemment, dans une de ses fameuses "capsules" portant sur la qualité de la langue, que l'expression avoir hâte aux vacances, bien que "pas franchement condamnable", devrait être évitée parce que considérée comme régionale et qu'on devrait lui préférer des tournures telles que J'ai hâte que les vacances arrivent ou encore Vivement les vacances !

Par contre dans l'Hexagone on peut dire la hâte à faire quelque chose (pas précédé de avoir ):

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Donc pour répondre de façon brève à ta question, en France on dirait:

Et en plus au Québec :

Et comme cette tournure me plaît bien j'ai hâte à sa généralisation dans l'Hexagone.

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