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What should I include on my shot list?

Check out some common shot lists by location type.

Threshold 360 has 3 principles for capturing a quality virtual tour experience. In order to understand what we do and don't capture, let's review:

  1. Provide Context - We strive to simulate the experience of someone actually walking up to and into a location, making it a "natural" digital visit. 
  2. Highlight Key Aspects - We provide users with the highlights, showing them the areas that make your location unique. By cutting out the extras, we're able to deliver high impact content quickly to users across all devices.
  3. Capture Strikepoints - It's not just the areas, or spaces, that makes your location unique. It's the "things" inside (or outside) - those striking views of the new lobby bar, the beautiful mural covering the side of the building, and the gorgeous view of the mountain range from the rooftop. 

Hotels

    • Front entrance exterior leading into the main entrance/lobby area
    • All restaurants and bars
    • All amenities including the spa, fitness center, business center, and pools
    • All meeting rooms, conference rooms, and ballrooms
    • One of each guest room type
    • Additional exterior features (e.g. beach access)

Venues

    • Front entrance exterior leading into the main entrance/lobby area
    • All interior gathering spaces
    • All outdoor patios and gathering spaces

Museums

    • Front entrance exterior leading into the main entrance/lobby area
    • All exhibits - often these are split up by floor or section of the building
    • Restaurant/café

Restaurants

    • Front entrance exterior leading into the main entrance/check-in area
    • Main dining areas
    • Private dining rooms
    • Outdoor dining areas and patios

 

What we don't capture: bathrooms, offices for internal employee use, and hallways connecting your unique areas.