Virtual Tours are a superb way of placing people into an environment and allowing them to interact with it.
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We are often asked how we produce our 360vr images & Virtual Tours, so rather than explaining it each time we have created a simple explanation page to show you. Hopefully this should help to show the process of what is involved in creating this media.
Something a little different for me as I don’t usually do this sort of photography. Exeter covers band CHARGE! asked me to produce some photographs of them for use in the magazine The Giglet, and for use on their social media. We setup a studio in Exeter and had a lot fun shooting the images. A number of images were taken, individuals, group, colour and some black and white.
A new set of Business Photographs and a Google Virtual Tour were produced recently for Autocare Services, a garage in Marsh Barton Exeter. We photographed a staff group photo outside the garage, some shots in the reception area and a number of photos of people working in the workshop. The Google tour goes inside the workshop, reception and then outside down the main road.
Here is lovely semi-detached house in Budleigh Salterton that I was commissioned to photography recently by David Rhys & Co. The residence has view to the sea, to make the most of this I used a pole to capture the property from height. Semi-detached properties are often tricky to photograph the exteriors as ideally you don’t want to capture the neighbouring house, so this limits the angles you can achieve. Below you can find some of the images from this photoshoot. More of my property & architectural photography can be found here.
Another photoshoot for Bespoak Furniture & Joinery, this time of a built in bespoke wardrobe. A finely built wardrobe, quite tempted to get one myself. Sadly the interior was full by the time we photographed it, so couldn’t take photos of that. Though it was quite clear to see from the outside the quality of the built. Not long ago we photographed a bespoke Bunk Bed for Bespoak, you can see it on our blog here.
Recently the lovely people at Reddaways Removals asked us back to take a set of images for their new website. The brief was to produce group photos and individual portraits, general images around the premises, loading the lorries, warehousing and storage.
Here are some photographs from a recent photoshoot at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, featuring various objects from local history, archaeology and Egypt. The swords were particularly impressive, presented to Colonel Robert George Kekewich in recognition of his successful defence of Kimberley during its siege by the Boers.