360photosurvey.com captured this dramatic roof level image, looking across Manchester`s London Road Fire Station tower toward the forlorn and derelict Mayfield Station. Both have proposals in place for redevelopment to these fabulous Listed buildings.
As part of the condition surveys required for Manchester`s grade 2 Listed Corn Exchange redevelopment, 360photosurvey undertook a detailed photographic condition survey of the roads and hard landscaping around the building on which construction traffic was due to utilize. The survey included both high quality still photographs and a 360o record enabling the project team to clearly identify location and zoom in to the area on their computers using our digital survey. This video illustrates how easy it was to identify locations on the site plan and then navigate in full 360o around the images, enabling the viewer to virtually walk around the whole area of the survey and providing a definitive record for the client, contractor and Local Authority Highways department records.
As part of the condition surveys required for the Port of Aberdeen expansion project prior to works commencing, 360photosurvey.com undertook an extensive photographic condition survey of the roads both within the site area in addition to the routes to be used by construction traffic to provide a definitive record. The survey included both high quality still photographs and a 360 degree record enabling the project team to clearly identify location and zoom in to the area on their computers using our digital survey. This video illustrates how easy it was to identify locations on the site plan and then navigate in full 360 degrees around the images, enabling the viewer to virtually walk around the whole area of the survey.
360photosurvey has now amassed a huge portfolio of images for sale on the Alamy website
Aerial photographer 360photosurvey.com photoshoot of the Wind Turbines in Liverpool Bay
Salford Chord, the long awaited rail link between Manchester Piccadilly and Victoria Stations has now been officially opened with trains due to commence using it in December 2017.
s telescopic mast with full remote control Pro Nikon DSLR cameral system captures some fabulous images that simply can not be captured using drones (although we do use drones, this particular photoshoot couldn`t use drones due to the proximity of the Public/Traffic)
Watson Homes have completed their latest residential development at “The Willows” in Salford, Greater Manchester. The former home of Salford Reds Rugby Club was vacated by the club on their move to their new Stadium alongside the Manchester Ship Canal. North West based aerial photographer 360photosurvey.com were appointed to undertake regular aerial photography during the development using drones and vehicle mounted telescopic masts to provide aerial and high level images.
Photo dilapidation surveys – case study of the dilapidation survey undertaken of the Manchester Town Hall complex prior to major construction works commencing. The survey comprised in excess of 3 million photographs utilizing 360 degree technology linked from floor plans enabling the viewer to locate the room/space on the floor plan and then entering the 360 degree image from where to be able to fully look around and move between the 360 image locations. This particular survey utilized low resolution 360 degree images combined with high resolution still images linked via hotspots within the 360 images. 360 degree technology has radically improved since this survey was undertaken enabling extremely high resolution 360 images with the capability of zooming into study remarkably small details.
Photographic condition survey case study of London Southbank Centre – 360photosurvey.com undertook a detailed 360 degree photographic survey of the London Southbank Centre`s Hayward Gallery and Queen Elizabeth Hall prior to the buildings undergoing major construction works. The survey enabled the project team to virtually walk around and within these buildings, providing a definitive record of the building and their condition prior to the construction works commencing.
This video illustrates the ease at which the viewer can identify a location on the floor plans, entering the 360 degree photo at that location with the ability to both look around a full 360 degrees, but also enabling walking around and between rooms/spaces.
Manchester`s iconic Toastrack building in Fallowfield is currently undergoing a major redevelopment to convert the former University building into Apartments. North West based aerial photographer 360photosurvey.com were called in to provide aerial video for the project`s new branding video. Reproduced by kind permission of Noir Agency