Using the latest 360 video cameras to produce 360 images and video for commercial clients and individuals.
Experienced in property photography regularly producing images and 360 tours for national companies and estate agents.
If you are looking for an interactive image showcasing the best of your business, premises, or local areas on your own websites or social sites these are produced with the images or video footage then provided in a link that you can add to your sites.
Click on the logos to enjoy the experience.
Here we have one of the lockgates on the canal near Shardlow.
You start off by looking towards Shardlow and as you rotate the image the canal overspill leads to the River Trent towards Sawley
A peaceful woodland walk during winter with the 360 effect giving a sense of being at the location.
An interactive virtual tour around a UK nature reserve in winter, allowing the viewer to rotate the images and clicking on the arrows passing through wooded areas and by the waterside .
This interactive tour takes viewers around the interior of St Chads Church at Church Wilne in UK.
Showcasing the beauty of the stone walls, the roof timbers and stained glass of the church from the early 13th Century, and early and late 14th and 15th Centuries and entering the Willoughby a chapel dating from around the mid 1600's.
The interior dates from 1917-1923 as the church was damaged by fire in 1917
More information can be found here
Interactively move through on an internal tour of St Michael's church in Breaston Derbyshire.
The church possibly dates back to the reign of King John 1199-1216 and has an interesting history with many additions and alterations being made through the centuries .
With the tour showing the beauty of the wooden roof and stonework including a stone carving of possibly the master mason in charge of alterations known as the Breaston Boy.
More information on the church can be found here.
Hardwick Hall Derbyshire UK .
View of the walled garden area within its grounds .
More information on the Hall and gardens
Tintern Abbey UK .
With its great walls and arches some still standing and others in ruins it still stands on the side of the river Wye some 500 years after the start of its demise. With plenty of areas and space to walk round and explore its easy to get a sense of its life when it was occupied. Its a peaceful area surrounded by stunning woodlands and hills.
Click on an image to view those parts of the Abbey.
More information can be found here.