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Pano job in N.France - Anyone want it?

Hi All
I have been contacted by someone who is interested in having a VT of his house and 2 holiday cottages (gites), for web advertising purposes plus he is thinking of perhaps selling the property, so he's thinking the tour could be usefull for that too.

He is located in northern France, nr Mont St Michelle, and I am too far away to be able to do it anytime soon. He would like the tour photographed before the 7th September, when the place is made ready for winter and so it won't be looking it's best after that. Though the actual tour could be delivered after this I guess.

He sounds quite serious, so I thought I would pass this lead onto anyone here who might be interested. If you are drop me an email an I will pass on his contact details.

Take care
Glenn


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Are they covering travel  :) :)
Matthew

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Quote: Originally posted by mgora1 on August-18-2006
Are they covering travel  :) :)
 LOLOLOLOLOL 
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Quote: Originally posted by mgora1 on August-18-2006
Are they covering travel :) :)



If they are... I'll work for them for free!
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is he using ptviewer on his page? his panoramas look really nise in java. any idea what kind of settings should be used to get such results?
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is he using ptviewer on his page? his panoramas look really nise in java. any idea what kind of settings should be used to get such results?
He is displaying those panos using pure player. It does a very good job of displaying the java content.
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Quote: Originally posted by spinem on August-18-2006
is he using ptviewer on his page? his panoramas look really nise in java. any idea what kind of settings should be used to get such results?
Who's  "he" and at what website?
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Yeah, who he??

Anyone interested in this little job then? I would like to get back to the client by the beginning of next week.

Glenn
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They are referring to www.marktold.com and the panos within.

It had me baffled the other day also.

Regards, Smooth


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@cuetoyou

I just finished a job in France

www.bourgogne-estates.com

Just give me a call on +41 44 886 34 35 or mail me to mb (at) marktold (dot) com.

Allways happy to shoot some images

www.panoramas.ch/panoramas/fullscreen.aspx?Film=vercasca for those who love bungy jumping.


Nikon D70s, Sigma 8 mm, 4 to 12 shots, Agnos MrotatorTShort, PTGui, PS CS3, and lots of other software :-)
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images

www.panoramas.ch/panoramas/fullscreen.aspx?Film=vercasca for those who love bungy jumping.


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this is probably the first time in my whole life to see someone take picture of their own self and still be caught at the wrong moment *point at the closed eyes* :P