Indoor drone film & photography

A question we get asked a lot is ‘can you film using a drone indoors?’ Well, the answer is yes! Indoor filming with a drone is not only possible but it allows you to create a whole new perspective viewing an area in a unique and stunning way. Everything from beautiful drifting cinematic promotional films … Continue Reading

Virtual Tours for engineering companies

Thanks to the rise of things like Google’s Street View and Apple’s Maps — with a little help from the lockdowns during the Covid-19 pandemic; virtual tours for engineering companies are now more popular than ever before. Combining all the convenience of the internet with an immersive experience, they mean that anyone can visit anywhere … Continue Reading

The Circle, Rockingham Lane, Sheffield Virtual Tour

VAS (Voluntary Action Sheffield) has provided support and leadership for the voluntary sector for over 90 years. Their focus is on community impact, influence decision makers and champion volunteering as a force for positive action. Owned and managed by Voluntary Action Sheffield (VAS), The Circle on Rockingham Lane in Sheffield (off Division Street) provides multi-purpose … Continue Reading

Reasons why virtual tours can help sell property

Virtual tours have been growing in popularity over the years. Initially, they were, perhaps, seen as something of a gimmick, used by early adopting estates and something of a nice-to-have. A little extra that people could look at before a viewing, or to remind themselves afterwards. However, the Covid-19 pandemic changed all that. With initial … Continue Reading

Virtual Tours for Schools

For most schools, arranging school tours for parents is part of the rhythm of the year. And for some a stressful time when they had to make sure the school, and the children, are looking their best to make sure that parents are keen to send their own children there when the time comes. That … Continue Reading

Caudwell’s Mill in Rowsley – coming out of the Pandemic

Most organisations & businesses have struggled in the past year through the pandemic, but the lockdown has affected many in in the hospitality and tourism sectors more than most. One of which has been Caudwell’s Mill in Rowsley. If you’re not familiar with this Peak District tourist attraction it’s a unique, Grade II* listed, historic, … Continue Reading