Virtual Tours are a superb way of placing people into an environment and allowing them to interact with it.
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Recently we were asked back by the Field Studies Council to produce a Virtual Tour of their new Bishops Wood Centre in Worcestershire. This is a really cool field centre, in the middle of a woodland area with some lovely classrooms and outdoor spaces. The centre is a wooden building, which fits into the environment nicely and has some great spaces inside. Outside there is a nice pond, plus 70 Acres of beautiful open meadows and woodlands. All viewable within the Virtual Tour, we hope you enjoying viewing it.
Devon Band, The Loose Cannons asked us back to photograph them live at the Devon Dub Fest at Bicton Park recently. We’ve photographed them a few times over the years, great band – always enjoyable to watch them play. Peter produced a number of photographs of the band playing live, including a couple 360vr images.
We were commissioned to produce some business portraits for accountants Plunkett Yates for use on their new website. Their office is in Southernhay, Exeter. We produced a few images outside on the lawn outside of their office using a studio light powered by a portable Godox battery. We’ve done this a few times now, Southernhay has some lovely architecture which works well as a background for portraiture. After this, we went back inside and shot a few photographs in a portable studio.
The Marine Hotel Paignton invited us back to produce some new interior photography for use in their new printed marketing and website. We have photographed the Marine Hotel a few times over the years, it’s lovely old building with stunning views across the seafront. As with most hotels, it’s often tricky to find a suitable time where we can have access to hotel rooms to photograph them.
Over the weekend I was booked to photograph a hotel in Paignton which was the same weekend as the Torbay Airshow. I knew in the back of my head that the airshow was on… but completely forgot about it when booking the job in the diary.
We spent the day recently at Woodside Cottages in Dawlish producing photography for a magazine article. A lovely countryside location, not far from the Exe Estuary. The day started off with dark clouds above, which was worrying as the forecast was for blue skies. Fortunately the clouds cleared and we captured some nice external imagery including an elevated image from over 7m.