Planning a Website for Small Businesses is the second post in a series aiming to help small businesses stay out of the weeds on the web. Here we look at the actual planning process that helps you to avoid making decisions that will frustrate you further down the line.
So draw up a chair, pour yourself a cup of tea, put your thinking cap on and start making notes. Read more
Landscape Photography and iPhones were never the most comfortable pairing, but there's no reason it can't be done with a little care and attention. We've put together some hints and tips to help you out. Read more
We love the way buildings come to life during the course of a build or a renovation and we're bringing that quality to a unique new offering that we're launching in the New Year. We offer high quality, contemporary property photography, video and virtual reality to Estate Agents, Architects and Developers in Shropshire, Wales and the West Midlands. Read more
We have been using Panotour Pro for our virtual Tours since the beginning of 2018 and had been very happy with it. The controls are intuitive, the generation of HTML 5 Virtual Tours seamless and the support for WordPress excellent.
Because Kolor announced there would be no more updates to Panotour Pro, we realised that there would only be a window of about six months before competitors overtook the product and a year before operating system upgrades rendered it broken. Under the circumstances we would be foolish to persist.
Pano2VR had come up in our initial analysis of toolsets Read more
Action Camera company GoPro's recent decision to sunset their excellent portfolio of Panorama tools shows neatly how foolish it is to try and second guess a technology company. This post evaluates a competitor, PTGui vs. Autopano Giga.
GoPro acquired acknowledged industry leaders Kolor in 2015 as part of a deliberate to move into and dominate the VR market. As part of that acquisition they got Autopano Giga and Panotour. Autopano Giga was at the time the most user friendly and fully featured panorama stitching software available. Read more
360° Virtual Tours and Panoramas provide a compelling, immersive experience that puts control in the hands of the viewer, bringing your customers into your space from the place they are most likely to make a buying decision - their own armchair.
Our Frankwell Island Project created Virtual Tours and Panoramas for a number of businesses in the Frankwell district of Shrewsbury. Through this experience we were able to refine our skills and experiment with software and hardware options to provide the highest quality panoramas on the market. Read more
Frankwell or “Funky Frankwell” as it is often referred to is a vibrant, bustling area on the north side of the Welsh Bridge in Shrewsbury. The area is gloriously down at heel, deprived of funding and support and decidedly off the tourist map, but businesses there have developed a fierce sense of independence and a valid claim to be Shrewsbury’s Cool Creative Quarter. Read more
We have been using a DJI Phantom 4 Pro for video and photography work since 2017 and it has worked out exceptionally well. The picture quality of both video and stills is amazing and we have been very impressed by the stability and maneuverability of the platform.
Ageing Gracefully is a project by photographer Chris Wright. The project was created in collaboration with Age UK.
The inspiration for the project is Chris's recognition that photography of the aged tends to either patronise or isolate. Chris was not interested in portraying plucky old folk dragooned into activities they probably detest or focussing on the isolation that comes with the disintegration of the personality that we associate with dementia. Read more
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