Jake Briggs invited me to speak on his podcast where I explained how I shoot 360° photography.
Jake is a fascinating man. He has an even more amazing story of his own. He is a Wonnarua and Kamilaroi first nations man living here on the Central Coast NSW. he is also very active in supporting the local aboriginal community and arts.
But there’s more.
He is also the Managing Director for Culture Connex. They are an NDIS service provider with 21 registered classes and licensed across Australia.
Prior to Culture Connex, he was mostly operating out of Sydney CBD as a Project and Business Development Manager within the disability sector.
And I shouldn’t forget that he’s also an avid photographer.
His interviewing style very relaxed and I have to say I had an absolute blast speaking with him about what I do as #virtualtour photographer to help #centralcoastbusiness improve their #localseo through #googlemybusiness.
Some of the details we get into include:
- what gear I use,
- how long it takes me with how I shoot 360° photography, and
- some examples of clients I’ve worked with.
We then finished off the interview with me taking a 360° photo of the three of us so that we could use the image as Jake’s thumbnail. Now that was fun!
You can connect with Jake at the following links:
If you have any questions about how I shoot 360° photography, or if you simply want to learn more about what’s involved, check out my ‘your questions answered about virtual tours‘ page.
If you have any questions about gear, or maybe even interested in getting a virtual tour for your business, click here for my contact info.