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Virtual Tour Success Now Offering HD Slideshows

Virtual Tour Success Announces New HD Slideshows!

Virtual Tour Success a Harrison, ME virtual tour provider announces the addition of HD Slideshows to its line-up of marketing tools. The addition of HD Slideshows to Virtual Tour Success’s current services will allow their current and future clients to have the competitive edge in marketing their property listings and businesses utilizing these advanced marketing tools in the Cumberland County area and beyond!

Buffy Crosby, Owner of Virtual Tour Success stated: “We are excited to be able to offer this new service to our clients. The addition of HD Slideshows to our already powerful line-up of marketing tools will give our clients the competitive edge they need in this tough market.”

Since 2009, Virtual Tour Success has continually led the way in the New England and upstate New York area with marketing implementations such as Real Tour Vision’s virtual tour software,  PanoRiders, single property websites, on-demand Virtual Tour Traffic Reporting 2.0, 2D/3D interactive floor plans, animated walk-throughs, custom websites, proprietary order-dispatch system, tour audio solutions, tour discs and sketch-and-fax services. For more information call 916- 690-1786 or visit their website at www.virtualtoursuccess.com

Those interested in business opportunities with Virtual Tour Success are encouraged to visit their website for more information.

About Virtual Tour Success:

Virtual Tour Success is so proud to be a member of the RTV family. We are cutting edge technology enthusiasts and recognize that to help others be successful we need to link with the best in all industries. That is what we strive to do. We look for leaders and we build leaders. Whatever your social media need is link with us and link with the best! Together we can make it!

Virtual Tour Success
Buffy Crosby
New England Virtual Tours
Order a virtual tour: 916-690-1786


The FORMULA 32 – The Making & Marketing of HD Slideshows

So you’ve been playing around with the new RTV HD Slideshow Module and now you’re ready to start pushing product out to your customer base.  Please join us on August 3rd at 7:00 Eastern for The FORMULA 32 – The Making and Marketing of RTV HD Slideshows. Register now in your TMS.

I will be accompanied by Torie Hermel, head of technical support here at RTV.  She will be kicking off the show and going through the HD Slideshow creation process step by step and pointing out power functions along the way.  During the second half of the show I will be talking about the ways in which you can market this exciting new product, how you might consider pricing a full service and self service slide show and more. 

Sample some HD Slideshows:
http://rtvpix.com/slideshow/1133/

http://rtvpix.com/slideshow/1353

Finally, I’ll also be addressing RTV Slideshow pricing, terms and describe to you in full the difference between our RTV HD Slideshow and the new Standalone RTV Slideshow module which allows you to produce unlimited slideshows with unlimited scenes. Sign up now in your TMS.

See you on the show and be sure to bring your employees!

Sincerely,

Jason

Virtual Tour Software
http://twitter.com/BlueLaVaMedia
http://facebook.com/VirtualTourGuru


Become a Creative Virtual Tour Photographer

This is my latest blog entry about becoming a more creative and inventive photographer both with my Spokane virtual tour business and my personal photographs. I’ll share some of the techniques I use to boost my creativity and I’ll show you how I’ve learned to be more imaginative with my photography. It would be nice if I could help you to become a more creative and inventive virtual tour photographer too. It also would be nice if I could help someone to hone their creative approach (should you choose to accept them).

I have found that there’s no simple formula out there for creativity when on a virtual tour shoot or when taking a walk in the park. It seems to be something that is just within each and every person and it is different for each and every one of us. When trying to come up with a truly unique picture, it is important to see what’s really there as opposed to what you expect to see. I try to focus on what matters.

What’s important within the photographic frame. In other words, to focus on something is to pay attention to it. How you focus your shot as well as what it is your shooting, has a lot to do with the success or failure of that shot.

And to me, I must truly care about what I am shooting to come up with the creative juices to see a photographic project to the end. A lot of people think that photography can be done casually, but in reality (or virtual reality), the more effort you put into your work, the more you will get back. I had to look up what my old college professor had to say about focus and he says the following; “By understanding how to focus an image, you’ll clarify your compositions. Techniques for discovering and better acknowledging the true subject of your photos will help you be direct in delivering the power of your imagery. Also, by focusing on what really matters to you and your life, you’ll be able to integrate personal passion with your photography, and start on the life-long journey of discovery that true artists make.”

Wow, that says it all doesn’t it. You know, I am passionate about shooting flowers, and I probably could be happy shooting flowers for the rest of my life. Flowers aren’t the subject matter for everybody, or even the only subjects for me, but I think they’re beautiful and the possibilities for color and variety seem to be endless.

Also, there is a very different feeling between images that are completely in focus, and ones that are partially focused in order to emphasize a particular part of the flower.
Sometimes photographs are just casual, or sort of a “grab shot” in response to a situation, and that’s ok. But I think that more often than not, an image is really improved by a sense of where you might be going visually right from the start. And that is another thing you can do, pre-visualize. It becomes a skill of knowing in advance how an image will come out depending on the decisions you make in capturing the image and to “focus” on what the photo is really about.

See if you can apply some of these techniques to your local virtual tour business. Good luck out there!

Steve Stephens
www.digitalshowcasevr.com
Spokane Virtual Tours
Order a virtual tour – 509 868-4043