I’m an Italian Photographer living between Italy and Philippines specialized in digital images needed for the production of a 360-degree virtual tour. Utilizes specialized equipment, software, and technology to produce 360-degree interactive panoramas that allow visitors from remote locations to immerse themselves in one environment, putting them at the center of the image and look around them.
That’s why I believe in quality, not just quantity. My passion and skill as photographer is evident in every tour I create. Virtual tours should never be an inadequate representation of a space, but should captivate and excite. People living all around the world could see how beautiful is a place, your hotel or your restaurant. A virtual tour is a tool to inspire every individual to bring into contact with the place they have never been to.
For every clientele / user I see it, every piece of my virtual tour is a project and experience is related and efficient from the beginning, the process and to it’s termination.
I have the technical know-how to ensure a smooth delivery of your virtual tour or panorama .
I like to think that my tours speak for themselves – so please do browse through my works to see yourself why a virtual tour is the perfect way to showcase your space.
I Travel Around The World To Execute Any Type Of Virtual Tour
Virtual Tour Service
You can be sure that your 360 virtual tours will showcase your space at the best. My skills and experience ensure that, not only your virtual tours look good now, but they will be even in the future too. I use specific photographic techniques such as HDR and offer expert retouching in my studio to create the best results for our clients.
When choosing a virtual tour solution, you’ll need to consider how your virtual tours will be delivered to your audience. A standalone 360 virtual tour (known as a ‘360 interactive’) can be an excellent solution if you have a small number of visits. I make tours which are physically independent and, if you have an in-house web team, integrate it with a personalized interface.
As specialist in high resolution photography, I offer a gigapixel image creation service. These super high-res photos can be used for many purposes, including documenting fine art for galleries (even for online viewers or even a pre-restoration archive) or perhaps creating images of a crowd event so viewers can zoom in and find themselves in the photo.
I am panoramic photographers first. 360 panoramas are ideal for advertising (a panorama on a double page spread is truly eye-catching) but I’m frequently commissioned to create panoramas for art and interior design too.
I can create stills photography for your business. My virtual tour clients often require high resolution photography in addition to their virtual tours, and I also undertake standalone stills photography shoots. Very interesting are the images of objects together with the use of technology 360 ° in which the subject is in the center and the user rotates around.
Virtual Tour Interfaces
In addition to virtual tours, panoramic and stills photography, I offer a virtual tour interface creation service. If you require more than one 360 virtual tour, an interface provides an invaluable tool for delivering the virtual tours to the end user. The customized interfaces, maps and floorplans can give a framework to your virtual tour, ensuring the visitor always remains orientated within the environment.
A virtual tour interface can incorporate a variety of multimedia objects to interact with your web audience. As well as mapping the space, your virtual tour interface can include a soundtrack, a voiceover, video, stills, webcam or hotspots that highlight particular points of interest. It can integrate perfectly within your existing site or even become a separate microsite.
Your tour will be provided with files which can be uploaded to your site. I will be able to liaise with your web designer to ensure the smooth delivery and upload of the tours.
The projects will be delivered in Flash and HTML5.
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