High Definition 360 Photography Packages
These are standard 360 photography packages for businesses requiring quality HDR images for their Google profile. The images and Virtual Tour (if applicable) are hosted on Google and linked to your business listing on Google Maps and Google Search.
Note: Please request a custom quote if these standard packages do not meet your requirements.
- Applicable taxes are not included in the above prices.
- Package pricing is applicable to one location only. If you have more than one location please contact me for a custom quote.
BUSINESS PHOTOGRAPHY INQUIRY FORM
Please submit the following form if you are interested in booking a 360 photography session for your business.
Frequently asked questions
The short answer to this question is that HDR images are much better visual quality than is typically achieved through single-shot smartphone or low-end cameras.
The longer answer is high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) is a technique used in imaging and photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity in the image than is possible with standard digital imaging or photographic techniques. The aim is to present a similar range of luminance to that experienced through the human visual system. The human eye, through adaptation of the iris and other methods, adjusts constantly to adapt to a broad range of luminance present in the environment. The brain continuously interprets this information so that a viewer can see in a wide range of light conditions.
HDR images are essential for quality indoor photography that captures and correctly exposes darker areas of the room as well as the brightly lit areas and windows all in one image.
The 360 images in my standard packages (above) are created using the HDR technique with a professional level Canon DSLR camera. Each 360 image consists of a minimum of 15 exposures. These exposures are blended and then stitched together using computer software to achieve the final product. This “extra mile” approach is well-worth it for the quality of the final product.
Google has strict rules regarding use of logos in images appearing on Google Maps and Google Business Listings.
My standard placement for a logo is in the nadir of the photosphere. In other words the area of the image that is looking directly down at the ground or floor. The logo covers the area directly below the position of the camera.
The options for this area are:
- Your business logo (must be associated with the business premises or location of the photograph).
- My business logo (Chris Conway Photography).
- A generic 360 symbol.
- No logo or symbol – when looking at this part of the image you see the ground or floor. This option is extra cost as it requires additional photography and processing.
Yes! You will receive a copy of all the image files and an unrestricted non-transferable licence for commercial use of the images by you and/or your business or company in any way you wish.