panorama software,virtual tour software
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2005-12-17
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I can't find the panos on the site link you gave??? Can you put up a direct link.

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2005-12-18
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How did you miss it?

http://www.naihanson.com/pano_test/feature_1garret_tour.html

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2005-12-18
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Thanks Smooth,

I looked all over the site and could not find it. After you posted the link I back tracked and found that the "garrett mountain" propery has some links at the top right. The others do not.

I would consider making those links more visible somehow. Perhaps a virtual tour notice on the link to the property...etc.

I eneded up searching through the propery database and surfing all over the site looking.

Good panos emarts. You got the windows too.

I was thinking since this is such a large space to show with no furniture mabey a good pano would be in the main office to show the big boss what his view is and what the VIP offices look like. Or something like that. I will say a big emtpy office building is a challeng to show off in an interesting way. Nothing wrong with the panos, I am talking about the pano location. Mabey get close to a window....or feature some area that is a focal point. I felt lost inside the big space. Just a few "composition" suggestions.

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2005-12-19
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Thanks Gen. I did not make the website, it was pretty much tossed together in about 24 hours. It is what it is I suppose.

About the locations of the panos, well these were the choices the client made. I don't think they are bad. Although they declined the best pano for some reason. In was in another corner office and I nailed the outside view perfect. But they decided they didn't want it. Oh well.


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2005-12-20
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Just take their money and be happy!

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2005-12-20
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Yea, the clients can mess up a good tour sometimes. It happens to me all the time. Except my clients all say "oh your the expert" but when I show them the tour the then become the experts. LOL.

I had a client with an awsome view from a 14th floor condo. I shot this great pano from the balcony and near a ceiling to wall window but he did not want to use it because he said "it's too scary". We started calling that pano the "suicide jump" pano. LOL. It was the best one.

Anyway, good job. Looks like a good client to have. Give them time to get used to what you are doing for them. A lot of "newbie" clients are like that. Soon you will have full creative control which will make your job much easier.

General Lee