Welcome to Rack Photography and the 360Around panorama blog. Here you can see my latest interactive panoramas and get information on my current projects. I am a professional provider dedicated to the craft of producing high resolution, full screen, interactive, 360 degree, panoramas and virtual reality tours. If you have an interesting and unique location, business or resort, why not show it off to the world? Viewers get a better sense of your environment by being able to see the whole environment, up, down, and all around! It’s the next best thing to actually being there.
This technology is being used with great success by realtors, museums, parks, hotels, resorts, churches, restaurants, schools, theaters, architects, builders, offices, by anyone who has a great space that they want the world to see!
Photography is a very important component in your internet marketing. An investment in professional panoramic photography can enhance the way your business or resort environment is presented. This is what you are selling and you want your consumers to have a positive impression of the environment that they will be visiting!
Professional panoramic photography used on your website will have a positive effect on your marketing campaigns. Also, subpar photography or older panoramas that aren’t high resolution, full screen enabled and high dynamic range can result in outright rejection of your business’ marketing efforts.
I am based in the Cincinnati, Ohio area but will travel to your location in the USA to do photography for your interactive panorama project.
All of the panoramas are presented in Flash format. Just click on the photo to open up a Flash version of the panorama. There is an option in the small controller bar to open the pano up to FULL SCREEN size, I recommend doing that to see the most detail. Then simply click and drag with your mouse inside the pano to view whatever part of the pano that you want to see. The Flash plug-in may already be installed on your computer. (New Apple Computers no longer come with Flash installed so to view these you will need to download the Flash plug-in). If not, it is a free download and can found by going to the Links Page. Some of the older panos on my archive pages may also be in the QTVR format. New Apple computers come with a version of Quick Time that is not compatible with their older QTVR media format. If you really want to be able to view QTVR files the legacy version QuickTime 7 must be downloaded and installed.
Contact me at 513-421-6267 or email ron (at) rackphoto.com to discuss your project requiring interactive panoramas.
All images and panoramas appearing on this website are owned and © by Ron Rack. All rights reserved. Please do not copy.
Links to RackPhoto.com or 360Around.com are welcome. You may link directly to the panorama pages using a small screenshot as long as it is used as a link or is associated with a link . Please also provide my name, Ron Rack, and a link to the homepage 360Around.com
Direct Links to the Quicktime or Flash movies are not allowed.
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Some comments from others about my panoramas:
These are by far hands down the best photos and the coolest thing I have seen!
I LOVE THEM.
The American Sign Museum
Hi Ron, You have some amazing work, everyone loves it!!! Thank you so much for coming in and making our facility look so beautiful in these shots.
Director of Operations,
I just took a look at your site and the pictures are amazing.
Anne Feldman St. Lawrence Church webmaster
“Ten Reasons” blog:
Very beautiful work, and unusually convincing (= realistic) HDR treatment.
Truly great quality panos;-)
thats what sphericals are made for
thanks for sharing
Great pano !
Yes this is extremely nice! It is a still a bit too high to my taste, but otherwise it is very perfect.
Really beautiful–the church, the image, the whole thing. A little ornate
from my (epsicopal) taste but lovely examples of this tradition.
Regards – Peter/360pixel.de
Photographer Ron Rack has built another of his wonderful church panoramas,… Go — give your eyes a feast
Hi Ron …
checked out your site …
your work is awesome …
You do excellent work…
These pictures are spectacular ….
Ron. Thanks for all your work on this–what a fantastic thing to be able to offer it on the website! Susan
Those are amazing panoramas. Best I’ve ever seen. And it displays how impressive that chapel is. Don Hansen
These are amazing… I love 1800′s or so history like this… and these panos are amazing.