A year or so ago I signed up on a photography websites looking for jobs in my area. What I really needed was a way to turn my love of photography into a new career. I got emails from them weekly on all sorts of photography related positions around the country. I hadn’t found one that appealed to me until one day this past December, when I saw an ad for “Virtual Tour Photography and how I could learn about stitching panoramas. The ad was one that RTV had posted looking to fill a gap in their virtual tour network. After reading the details, I began to get excited. I had looked into real estate photography over the past year and I was sure that this was the niche~ I was looking for.
When I looked at the virtual tours at RTV, I was so impressed with the high quality of the virtual tours, the extensive business / marketing training they provide, and professionalism that I knew I had to get involved with this virtual tour company.
I had previously researched five other virtual tour companies around the World. Some of which even bad-mouthed RTV on their site! Obviously jealous and a a tell tale sign they would be not my #1 choice to get into business with. Finally and overall I was less than impressed with the products and the support that they had to offer.
I filled out an inquiry form and RTV called me back immediately. Within a matter of a few days I made the decision to partner with RTV, was signed up, and ready to begin my new adventure and new career as a Connecticut virtual tour provider.
Connecticut Virtual Tours
Order a virtual tour: 203 885-0207