in the industry

What type of virtual campus tour is right for your school?

So you’re a boarding or day school and you’re thinking about adding a virtual tour to your marketing toolbox.   Good idea! A virtual tour is great because . . . The web is first point of access for most businesses and may be for your potential students and their families, or future employees, trustees or […]

Highlight your town in your campus virtual tour

We are excited by the trend where schools showcase their town center in the campus virtual tour. Face it, students who come to board in your schools will not only be immersed in campus life, but also in your community. Whether your school is situated in an idyllic rural setting, a residential community or an […]

TABS Conference in Boston, 2013

We are psyched to be going to the TABS conference in Boston in a few weeks. TABS stands for The Association of Boarding Schools which happens to be a market we do a lot of work with. This year we are in Booth number 69 AND we will be presenting during a Speed Session. Our […]

corporate housing by owner (CHBO) recommends Circlescapes

I list my rental property on the website, Corporate Housing By Owner (CHBO). It is really the best for advertising furnished rentals and I get a TON of inquiries. Since my virtual tour really helps my ad (of course I have a Circlescapes Virtual Tour), I mentioned to my account rep that Circlescapes should be […]

photography of a new fashion

I just found some inspiration from one of my favorite clothing stores, and not just for my closet. I love the way Anthropologie is adding subtle movement to their images and I can’t wait to try it in our panoramic photography. Check out their website to see the feather movement and other movement in slide […]

photography fun

Even though I am always snapping photos for our virtual tour clients, photography is still a hobby, and there is so much to learn and try. To that end, I recently took a photography class at New Space Center for Photography. The class was called, “Taking Better Pictures” and focused on learning how to see […]

octuplets

I guess this is what it would be like to have octuplets! Thanks to Doug for taking part in this fun panorama. Click the image below to see the panorama.