I think that you are describing Google Street View.
It also looks like you can contribute to it:
Street View, by Google Maps, is a virtual representation of our
surroundings on Google Maps, consisting of millions of panoramic
images. Street View’s content comes from two sources - Google and
The bolding above is mine.
From there it ...
You have a projection problem. The shapefile has a coordinate reference system (CRS) that is used as the units of measure in the geometry, and defined in the files PRJ. These need to match.
I suspect that you have added your data to QGIS. Then you went into properties-source and changed the CRS to WGS84. Below is a screen shot of some data using EPSG ...
Nik4 may be a good solution for you. It is based on the Mapnik library and renders OSM data. You can define size of the output image as well as print resolution.
Also I used node-mapnik together with Mapnik to render custom maps for PDF reports.
Best way to try is via Google Earth. Before you do that:
1. Save your excel file as .csv
2. In Google Earth go to: File -> Import -> select your .csv file from the directory -> click "Next" (but without loosing your mind - specify some properties, depends what you have) until you go threough all options, then click finish.
3. Wait for batch geocoding in ...