Google Street View
Can I add a Google Street View to my website?
Absolutely, you can embed a Google Street View in a web page of your choosing quickly and easily, using a link provided by Google.
Do I have to pay to host a Google Street View?
There is no ongoing charge by either Nexus Photography or Google to host your Google Street View. It sits on Google servers and can be linked to your Google My Business profile, adding a boost to your online presence.
Can I upgrade a Google Street View to a Bespoke Virtual Tour?
In some cases the same photos can be used to create a bespoke virtual tour, giving you the added bonus of interactivity in your tour. However, additional photos may need to be taken. Contact us to find out more.
Aerial Virtual Tour
Are you qualified and fully insured?
Nexus Drone pilots have CAA approved PfCO certification to fly UAVs commercially, accompanied by full public liability insurance. Copy documents available on request.
Are there restrictions on where you can fly?
Locations such as prisons, power stations, nature reserves, bird sanctuaries, military installations, airports and National Trust land carry restrictions for flying UAVs. Authorisation may be obtained upon request in certain circumstances. Please contact us for more information.
Do you need to survey the site first?
A preliminary flight assessment is always carried out to establish any restrictions that may be in place or physical obstructions that would prevent safe operation of our UAV equipment.
Who owns the copyright to the content?
All image and video copyright will be retained by Nexus Photography and we reserve the right to use any material for our business promotional material, unless specified otherwise by the client.
Photogrammetry is the art of combining photographs of a physical object into a 360° representation that can be manipulated for viewing on the web or locally on a tablet or other device.
How can photogrammetry help my business?
From museum pieces or archaeological finds for historical record keeping to highly accurate surveys of building sites or mapping coastal erosion over time, Photogrammetry has multiple uses.
What objects are suitable for photogrammetry?
Most objects or scenes with discernible texture are suitable for photogrammetry. Shiny or reflective objects such as cars, glass or mirrors are not suitable as they are and need to have a texture applied before photographing. A removable spray texture or markers can be applied, depending on the object being photographed.