Pan 3Sixty has completed more commissions for Notting Hill Housing over the past couple of months, continuing our relationship with the company to provide high quality property virtual tours to showcase newly available apartments to their prospective buyers.
Recently we photographed a wonderful two bedroom apartment which is part of the Bridges Wharf development on the south bank of the Thames in Battersea, London. Click the photographs to view the 360° panoramas of Bridges Wharf in full screen.
If you’re a property developer why not contact us to discuss your requirements and see how we can help you. Alternatively if you already know what you want you could request a quotation. In addition to supplying 360° panoramas we also create custom designed and branded User Interfaces to provide your clients with a user friendly way to tour through the properties from room to room using a floor plan.
In what has been one of our busiest years since starting Pan 3Sixty in 1999, I’ve at long last found a little free time to work on some personal 360° panoramas. Two of my favourite are of Cat Bells in the Lake District which were photographed during a weekend break back in September. The weather was fantastic, the views stunning and with the walk finishing with an easy stroll through the woods on the shoreline of Derwent Water it comes highly recommended. It’s not hard to see why Cat Bells is such a popular walk.
Making the most of the great weather, the next day we walked up Harrison Stickle in the Langdale Pikes. Whilst the views from Harrison Stickle are more far reaching than from Cat Bells (2,145ft as opposed to 1,480ft) there views from Cat Bells take some beating. Catbells also has the advantage of not making you ache so much the next day!
You can view both panoramas of Cat Bells in the Personal Portfolio on the Pan 3Sixty website. More panoramas from the Lake District will follow as and when time allows.