Building Virtual Tour
Robert Denholm House Gardens
This virtual tour contains five interactive panoramas created in the large gardens of the late Victorian mansion.
The client is Robert Denholm House, in Nutfield/Surrey. The company offers serviced offices and meeting rooms, and is a popular wedding venue in the South East of the UK.
The country house is set in 25 acres of beautiful countryside. The virtual tour allows a "walk through the park" around the house, and lets the viewer explore the site.
Virtual Tour on the client's website (showing the integration into a complete different website):
Robert Denholm House website
- Canon 5D Mark II with Really Right Stuff L-Plate
- Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens
- Gitzo G1325 carbon fibre tripod
- Really Right Stuff BH-55 ball head and Multi-Row Pano Elements Package
How it was done:
The photography was done on a weekend, when that car parks were relatively empty. A single row of 3 x 15 photos at different exposures (focal length 40mmm, portrait) has covered all relevant information for each of the five positions.
The resulting images have been edited, then stitched together, edited again, and then turned into a cylindrical panorama.
The little overview map has been created based on digital map- and satellite information.
This interactive panorama exists in two different versions: One is using, if available, the Adobe Flash Player, the other uses HTML5. The Flash version allows viewing in screen mode, the HTML5 version works on almost all devices that don't have Flash (Apple mobile devices).