360° Panoramas & Virtual Tours
360° Panoramas & Virtual Tours bring your customers to your space online.
The reason the 360° experience is so compelling is that it puts control in the hands of the customer. Accessible on websites, tablets and mobile phones, improvements to the technology make virtual tours also accessible to VR headsets such as Google Cardboard.
There are a number of off the shelf solutions available in the consumer market. We prefer to use professional cameras and lenses so that we can achieve the levels of detail and dynamic range that are out of reach at the budget end of the market.
Google MyBusiness encourage businesses to upload 360° panoramas so that potential clients, searching for a service or goods will be able to see and explore the venue, restaurant or shop that their Google Search provides.
Virtual tours are constructed out of multiple 360° Panoramas and can provide an augmented reality experience with information being provided in context and on demand. Our Virtual Tours typically consist of linked panoramas, each made up of thirteen individual images taken with a 8-15mm Canon lens and a Canon 5D Mk III camera. We use specialist tripod heads from Fanotec to ensure our coverage of a scene is 360° complete and specialist software to stitch the photographs together seamlessly.
Alan J Davies - Carpentry & Joinery - Panorama of Workshop in Frankwell. Probably the best man shed in the world and the prototype for the Frankwell Island Project
We approached Dave Mellor Cycles to kick off the Frankwell Island Project - a collection of 360° Panoramas and Virtual Tours focusing on the vibrant Frankwell district in Shrewsbury
Number three in the Frankwell Island Project. We photographed the garden and interiors.
We did a food shoot for Dough & Oil and were so taken with the decor that we came back and shot some panoramas.
Number four in the Frankwell Island Project. Promoting creative businesses in the Frankwell district of Shrewsbury
Number Five in the Frankwell Island Project - The Shrewsbury Framing Studio
Frankwell Island Project #6 The Pour House is a coffee house by day and a cocktail bar by night. Opposite the Welsh Bridge in Frankwell.
The Future has arrived