Virtual Tour Provider Meets Southern Hospitality

As always the virtual tour photographer hopes for a beautiful sunny day for a shoot, but on occasion the rain sets in and makes the shoot more challenging. On this particular day I was hoping that the rain was going to hold off long enough for me to arrive and get the shoot done, but instead it started pouring down just as I pulled into the driveway.

Whenever I setup for a virtual tour shoot I typically park the farthest I can from the home so my car does not end up in every one of my online virtual tours. Reaching to get my umbrella and putting together my game plan on just how I was going to get my equipment out, juggle the umbrella and stay dry at the same time out of the corner of my eye I noticed that the owner had raised his garage door and motioned for me to pull inside. I was so grateful and surprised by the thoughtfulness of this individual. They didn’t know me except for a phone conversation to set up the shoot.

It all ended well, by the time I was finished inside, the rain had stopped long enough for me to take the virtual tour shots I needed outside. I feel doing this profession I have friends everywhere!

Lisa Matherly
Virtual Home FX
www.virtualhomefx.com