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Our 360 technology allows us to shoot and produce a product that will always turn heads creating interactive tours to showcase your business.
Phix-Pix Studio where the magic happens.
Phix-Pix 360 Virtual photography utilizes specialized photography equipment, software, and technology to produce 360-degree interactive panoramas that allow visitors or customers from remote locations to immerse themselves in to your environment,
Here is a 360 of the Phix-Pix Studio
The Garden of Middle Burrow.
Middle Burrow is a family run holiday location in the heart of Exmoor national park. A perfect place to enjoy peace and quiet and to relax in beautiful surroundings.
The property comprises of a 2 bed self catering holiday cottage and a 3 room bed and breakfast barn complex, across the courtyard from the family home. This beautiful 17th century property, with stone pillars and oak beams provide a cosy and relaxing place for a break away.
Chichester Cross is an elaborate Perpendicular market cross in the centre of the city of Chichester, West Sussex, standing at the intersection of the four principal streets. According to the inscription upon it, this cross was built by Edward Story, Bishop of Chichester from 1477 to 1503. Back in the day this may and probably acted as some kind of roundabout to the four roads leading off!
Knight & Lee
On the News that this Iconic store that has served the Southsea community and brought people to the town of Portsmouth has announced that it will close this year an employee/partner said that closure is anticipated around July 2019 Phix Pix has taken this 360 image to mark the occasion so that in the future when there are no high street stores left our children's child can look to see what a proper retail store looks like.
St Agatha’s Church Interior 360
St Agatha’s Church, Portsmouth, is a grand red brick Italianate basilica of 1894, built for the famous Anglo Catholic slum priest Fr Robert Dolling. The spacious interior is enriched with polished granite, marble, alabaster, carved stone and coloured glass. The nave apse contains a magnificent sgraffito plaster mural
c 1901, the work of Heywood Sumner, a friend and disciple of William Morris. Fine furnishings and shrines, many rescued from redundant churches, contribute towards a unique ecclesiastical interior which many describe as simply breathtaking.
Durdle Door 360
Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England. It is privately owned by the Welds, a family who owns 12,000 acres in Dorset in the name of the Lulworth Estate. It is open to the public.
The name Durdle is derived from the Old English word ‘thirl' meaning bore or drill.
Eroded by time and nature, Durdle Door is one of Dorset’s most photographed and iconic landmarks now in 360.
In this picture you can sit alone on the beach and let you thoughts wonder.