Concept3D is sending someone out to your facilities to shoot beautiful 360º panoramas and/or still images! Now what? Follow the below steps to ensure smooth sailing.
Information Needed to Schedule
Prior to your photoshoot(s), Concept3D will need the following information:
- On-Site Escort name and day-of phone number (typically a cell phone)
- Designated meeting address and details
- Any special parking considerations (Visitors lot? Paid street parking? Gate access?)
- If you plan on having any people in the photos
In addition to the above, Concept3D will need a detailed shot list.
- Library - Interior
- North Campus (ABC/EFG Building in one shot)
- PE Complex Interior
- Front Lawn Exterior
Note: You may use the Map CMS or Tour Builder to pinpoint this list in a digital manner
1 - 25 Panoramas: Up to 3 Hours
25-50 Panoramas: 3-5 Hours
*Pending the distance between photo locations, it is encouraged to have access to a golf cart or alternate transportation. Photos should be outlined in an order that makes sense to your campus to avoid extra time and moving back and forth over campus.
To cancel a set photoshoot you need to let your Client Success Manager know 72 hours prior to your scheduled date. If there is rain or snow the day of, you can reschedule with no fee associated. Outside of that, if you do not let your Client Success Manager know in the designated time frame, then a fee of $350 will be charged for canceling within the 72-hour window.
Before the Day-Of Photoshoot
Step 1: Prep and prepare all locations prior to the photographer’s arrival
The photographer must be able to begin shooting no later than 30 minutes past the arrival time. If areas are not ready for photos, Concept3D reserves the right to call off the photoshoot which may result in a fee.
Step 2: Confirm building access for the day-of shoot
If there are buildings or labs you need special access to, confirm that you have the correct codes or keys. Any delays in access can result in additional time and fees.
Step 3: Walk your shot list
We recommend walking through your shot list. The escort will be in charge of sharing shot location on the day of the photoshoot and the photographer will make recommendations along the way. Are there other departments that need to get involved for the best optimal photo? Does Facilities operate on specific days for campus cleaning and landscaping?
Step 4: Coordinate any groups of people you wish to have in the photos.
On the Day-Of Photoshoot
- Be timely!
- Have your list of locations ready and organized
- Work with your photographer for the best shots
After the Photoshoot
Concept3D will process and optimize the 360º photos for use in the interactive map and/or 360 tour. Your client success manager will inform you as soon as the photos are ready for review.
By default, Concept3D will NOT blur the faces of any individuals captured in the imagery. If you would like any faces to be blurred, please make this request to your Client Success Manager before processing of the photos.