I realized I had posted this in the wrong section before my apologies! Wonderful forum here and some AMAZING tours! I have been shooting very basic panos for a few years, and Google 360 Virtual Tours for about 5 months. I am ready to make the leap and start offering clients more and think that this is the software and tours that I should be using. There seems to be a wealth of knowledge in this forum, and out there. I am looking to gain knowledge. In order to be able to offer quality tours to clients, what else do I need to know? To own? Brief rundown on gear that I have below, what else do I need? Recommended reading on a start to finish process for shooting tours, from actual photography to client delivery. With the Google tours it is recommend to take one set of panos every 15 feet. Is this a good standard?
Nikon: D7000 (currently used for Google Tours) D3 D800 (my new baby) 24-70mm f2.8 50mm f1.8 85mm f 1.4 (sweet lens but not good at all for this? )
Sigma 8MM f3.5 fish eye - Used with Atome 360
Rokinon 14mm f2.8 - great for wide angle, but does not work with Atome 360 head
I want to be able to offer clients, initially primarily hotels, but any and everyone eventually full virtual tours. Do I host the tours of their business on my website? Does Panptour Pro give them a "package" to host on theirs?
What am I not considering, I am sure it is something. Budget is very tight, this is a new fledgeling business.
Any and all suggestions, tips, and traps are appreciated!