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I am a google trusted photographer and local guide who can help you take control of your Google Business listing.
— Robyn Hughes
Choosing the right restaurant, cafe or hotel is often tough. Build trust with a high-quality virtual tour that lets people experience your location before they arrive. These immersive, virtual experiences inspire greater confidence among prospective guests and patrons.
I am a google trusted photographer and local guide who can organise your virtual tour as well as help you take control of your Google Business listing.
We will visit your business and take a series of photos starting from the exterior and working our way through your premises. Although I prefer to come on a normal day, you can stage some of the photos if you wish, with staff and special presentations as part of the shoot.
We can blur the faces of people in the photos if required. Or we can digitally remove them depending on the timing, the location, and willingness of the people involved.
Still images can also be taken to capture points of interest with images being uploaded to Google for inclusion in Google Search, Google Places and Google Maps.
We will supply you the 360 photosphere images, for you to use on other platforms which support photospheres such as Facebook.
|Number of Photospheres||Price|
|1 to 5 photos||$120 +GST|
|6 to 10 photos||$180 +GST|
|11 to 15 photos||$240 +GST|
|16 to 20 photos||$300 +GST|
|More than 21||contact for quotation|
The price includes the following:
A 20% surcharge may apply at our discretion if there is a large amount of faces and other objects to blur. For example, crowded spaces with lots of faces take more time in post-production.
As part of your initial free consultation, I will work out how many images are needed to provide you with an accurate quotation.
Ideally the virtual tour should appear as if someone is actually walking through your premises. This means the photospheres that make up the virtual tour need to be closely spaced to each other to provide a taste of the real experience. These photospheres recreate someone actually strolling down aisles and around corners, without travelling through walls and other intervening obstacles.
The virtual tour is designed to flow from the street through to your business, unless you specify otherwise, i.e. you are in a shopping centre and you would prefer the images to start outside your own shop.
Any quoted price would be based on photos coming in from the street, unless otherwise specified.
These services are not part of the standard virtual tour package, but can be included as optional extras:
360 video enables you to place the viewer in the centre of the action in a more dynamic way than a single 360 photosphere, or a standard video.
For interactive talks and demonstrations, because the viewer can easily look around, in a video you can point to things even if the object would be 'off camera' and the viewer can shift around to look, and then come back to you.
Robyn Hughes is a Google Trusted Photogapher for Street View and is not an employee of Google.
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