[Panotour Pro 2.0] Case study #12: Real property inventory using computer generated images | Emiliyan Frenchev photographer
Kolor is pleased to publish online the twelfth post blog entitled “Case Study”. Its purpose is various:
- Enhance and highlight the work of a photographer
- Present the results obtained with our software solutions and present business field where they can be applied
- To put the photographer in touch with potentials customers
For this case study, Emiliyan Frenchev photographer uses the virtual tour and Panotour Pro 2.0 to enhance a real property inventory using computer generated images.
Could you introduce yourself?
My name is Emiliyan and I am 31 years old. I am from Bulgaria, but for the last 3 years I have been living in Germany. I’ve been taking pictures since I was 15, and photography has become my biggest passion. I saw the first virtual panorama 7 years ago and was fascinated. The same month I built my first wooden panoramic head. Today I work as a real estate photographer in Germany and many other European countries.
What were expectations of your client before the virtual tour was made? How did he find the final result?
When I first moved to Germany I had no contacts. I decided to take pictures and panoramas for free because this was the easiest way for me to make connections and build relationships with clients. I offered to make a virtual tour for a model house complex free of charge. I told them I am an amateur photographer and I need this for my portfolio, so their expectations were not that big. I was really happy when they gave me the green light to do it. After I made the tour the client was fascinated with my work and offered that I make virtual tours of every house, later connecting them all together. One year later I bought an hexacopter and made the panorama from the air.
In short, what do you think of Panotour Pro 2.0?
I think this is the best software to make virtual tours, because it is very simple to use and you can build a really big tour in a record time. Furthermore, there is an abundance of features to make a virtual tour much more interactive.
What kind of equipment did you use to make this virtual tour?
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Do you have other projects you would like to share with us?
Yes, I have a tour, which I really love because it is of one of my favorite places in the Bulgarian mountains. This is a virtual tour from a guesthouse, which is about 120 years old and has a huge garden. It is a really quite and secluded place, far from every city, motorways and big streets. Nature there is stunning – there are fields, a forest and a very big lake not far from the house. I go there every year for a weeklong getaway with my family.
If our readers want to follow you, how can they do?
You can reach me by email: mail[a]frenchev.com. I am still working on my new website, but you can find some of my work there:
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