When shooting a 3D tour, the camera will spin itself around while taking multiple pictures and laser measurements simultaneously. This will happen 100’s of times in different areas. Due to its spinning, the only places people can be is right next the operator as they walk around the blind (back) side of the camera or in another room or around a corner.
It’s best if no one’s around
If people do need to be there, we can blur faces
We can retake photos if someone walks past
As with any photography shoot, please have it dressed how you’d like it to appear. We’re always happy to lend a hand but if there’s a lot of tidying up to do then this can delay the shoot. Also, once we start capturing the room, it’s best if objects and furniture stay put. If something has to be removed halfway through then users of the 3D tour could notice objects magically popping in when they click around the final tour.
Have the offices looking their best for the shoot
It’s best not to move anything once we start shooting
Would be good to know who’s meeting the operator at each location and any facility managers know we’re going to be there with their contact details to help the day run smoothly. Try not to have other works going on at the same time as we may clash when both trying to work in the same room.
Make sure any stakeholders or facility mangers know we’ll be there to avoid clashing with other works