360° Virtual Reality Commercial Photography

I provide ultra-high resolution 360-degree, virtual reality (VR) panorama images - some in excess of 800 megapixels - using a specialist camera and lens, tripod mount and software.  These allow an unparalleled sense of realism, enable viewers to zoom into tiny details and can provide a unique insight into a time or place and without visible nadir or zenith flaws at the poles of the image.

360 images are perfect for commercial, tourism, lifestyle or event purposes. They are cross-platform compatible (mobile and desktop), can be custom-branded and even embedded into your own website. They’re great for giving customers another, unique insight, and set your business apart from the competition.

  • Holiday lets, hotels and bed and breakfasts

  • Offices and meeting spaces

  • Real estate

  • Restaurants and bars

  • Shops and retail outlets

  • Tourism

  • Wedding venues

  • Google Tours

The Groves and River Dee, Chester

Situated on the banks of the River Dee, The Groves are a picturesque area of Chester with restaurants, bars, a bandstand and views of the historic Old Dee Bridge (1387) and Queen's Park Suspension Bridge (1923).

Oakfield House, Chester Zoo

Oakfield House was purchased in 1930 by George Mottershead, who founded Chester Zoo in the seven acres of land and outbuildings around the house.  Today the zoo totals over 125 acres.

I currently take commissions primarily for commercial use, so please view the examples here and get in touch if you'd like to learn more. Your 360 images and tours can be hosted on your own website, or submitted to Google Maps Street View.

High-Resolution 360 Images on Google Street View

Mainstream 360 Images

The creation 360°, virtual reality (VR) panorama images have become more popular in recent years.  Low-resolution 360° cameras have become available and although not a requirement, more affordable virtual reality headsets such as Google Cardboard, Google Daydream and Samsung Gear VR now allow viewers to become almost totally immersed. However, entry-level camera equipment can only deliver low-resolution results that are not suited to commercial use where the highest quality, error-free presentation is paramount.