The Meningitis Trust 2011/201 Impact Report

by on Oct.04, 2012, under Published

I’m very proud to have been able to help the Meningitis Trust with this photo of young Bobby for their annual review. I met Bobby and family back in July just before they headed off to a football match. Bobby was extremely lucky, thanks to the actions of mum Lisa and the NHS he received help quickly. He’s now running around and playing football with his older brother as if nothing had happened and by all accounts a giant in his class.

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by on Aug.26, 2012, under Published

I am now offering a specialist photography service, working for clients of Google to bring them the Google Business Photos services. It enriches Google Business, Google+ Local and Search data with an indoor version of Googles well known Street View technology. Here’s my recent shoot for The Park Langley Club, a sports club with a focus on lawn tennis.  All of this 360 degree panoramic virtual tour work will be blogged about in my new site The tours can also be easily embedded in the companies web site, just as I’ve embedded the club here. Have a click around and see if you can find the bar. If you make it there mine’s a nice cold Orange and Soda water thanks! (P.S. Once you’ve started the arrow keys can help you move around too.)

If you have a business with public access and would like to showcase your services in this way get in touch via the 1stviewpanoramas site. If you have contacts with businesses that you think could also benefit from the service feel free to let them know.

Each shoot takes between 1 and 2 hours depending on the size of the business. All faces and number plates are blurred out in the published images so you don’t have to have a totally empty location for the shoot to proceed.

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“Carrie the Camera” results in published shot

by on Feb.05, 2009, under Published

Thanks to a Black Rapid “R-Strap” purchased via my friend Wei Li, I carry my camera almost everywhere I go and have it ready for use. A few of my family and friends have commented on it being my constant companion, one even asking if I’d given it a name yet.
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