Cognac 360 Photography – Harvesting both grapes and content When the brief is “would you like to visit Cognac at harvest-time to shoot 360s for the world’s premier cognac brand?” the answer could only ever be a resounding yes. Our friends at Pacific7 commissioned us as part of a major drinks marketing project involving photographers, […]
Heritage: here you can read about Heritage in virtual tours and see examples of Heritage 360 virtual tours.
The Brief The Royal Household’s Royal.gov.uk website was undergoing a complete revamp, and required a series of 360 images so the public could view hitherto unseen areas of the Royal Palaces. The virtual tours would need to include hotspots which would open additional information on particular objects of interest in the Royal Collection. The Challenges […]
Bovey Castle sits on the edge of Dartmoor in Devon, UK. This Grade II listed building, once a private residence, is now a luxury hotel with a 18-hole championship golf course. This 360, featuring Artemis the eagle, is VR enabled. So if you’re viewing this on a smartphone and have a virtual reality headset, then […]
Many clients require our services to make the most of their locations, so we offer advice to prepare the location for the shoot, and then utilise our expertise on the shoot and in post-production to elevate the location and the brand. It is rare to have the opportunity to shoot 360s for a brand that […]
Recently decommissioned, Kingsnorth Power Station stands on the edge of the Hoo Peninsula – a spur of land in Kent separating the Thames and Medway estuaries. Completed in 1973, Kingsnorth once produced power for the London grid – but now the station stands silent. It was designed as a dual-fired station, capable of creating power […]
Welcome back to 2012, and what promises to be an exciting year. For the third time in history, the UK will host the Olympic Games (the previous games being 1908 and 1948 – after the 1944 games were cancelled due to WW2). London will make history as the only city in the world to have […]
The English Heritage-run Wrest Park in Bedfordshire features one of Britain’s most exciting but least known gardens. Set in 90 acres with designs by Capability Brown, the garden has been added to over the years and now you can stroll through 300 years of garden history. Here you can enjoy a preview of the dramatic […]
Museum virtual tour of the RAF Museum at Neatishead (near Horning) in Norfolk. The museum catalogues the history and development of Air Defence Radar since its invention in 1935.
Virtual tours of the world-renowned Royal Opera House in London, including a behind-the-scenes look at the scenery flying in on stage. Here you can ‘stand’ on the stage and see the 360 view that such greats as Maria Callas, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti and Joan Sutherland took in, and look down at your feet and […]
Miles M.12 Mohawk virtual tour – the Miles M.12 Mohawk is a two seater aeroplane commissioned by aviator Charles Lindbergh in 1936. This airplane virtual tour was commissioned by the RAF Museum and allows viewers to explore the cockpit of the Mohawk.
The Percival Mew Gull was a 1930’s British-made racing aircraft which set many records (one of which stands to this day). The RAF Museum were keen to show visitors the inside of the aeroplane, but as the aircraft was to be suspended from the ceiling this was simply not possible ‘in person’. Thus they commissioned […]
The Guildhall is the administrative and ceremonial centre of the City of London. The building itself has parts dating from 1411, and is sited on the foundations of a Roman amphitheatre. It has a rich history with trials held within its halls for Thomas Cranmer the protestant reformer and martyr and of Lady Jane Grey, […]