The Yorkshire Building Society has recently updated their image in some of their newest branches, a change which will be spreading nation wide in time. To celebrate this refurbishment, they decided it would be great to show off their newest branch in Harrogate with a Google Business Photos tour.
Google tours in Leeds and West Yorkshire are becoming increasingly popular in the last few months, if you’d like to find out more visit my Google Business Photos page or contact me on 07825 005024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Hepworth Wakefield opened it’s doors to a selection of VIP’s and members for a private view of their newest exhibiting mod October. The exhibitors are Matthew Darbyshire with his amazing display of the W.A. Ismay collection, and Dana Schutz, a significant contemporary artist in America, with this being her first solo exhibition in the UK.
The photos of the exhibition and the VIP reception were on show in that week’s Yorkshire Post. But in case you missed them, here are a few to see!
I am very excited to say that my new commercial website has now been launched!
It was designed by Kath Speak at Ink and Pixels Creative and built by The Real Internet Company and Martyn Roberts.
ISO is the sensitivity of the digital sensor or film.
ISO is shown as numbers from 100 to 1600. On some cameras it may go up to 3200 or higher.
The lower the number (100) the less sensitive the sensor is to light.
The higher the number (3200) the more sensitive the sensor becomes to light.
When there isn’t very much light in the scene you are photographing, you may need to increase your ISO, making your sensor more sensitive, this means that your sensor won’t need as much light to still produce a well exposed image. This allows you to shoot in darker conditions, without your images being underexposed or blurred.
So when there is a lot of light in the scene you are photographing, you can use a low ISO, making you sensor less sensitive. This means that your sensor needs more light to produce a well exposed image, allowing you to shoot in brighter conditions, without your images being overexposed.
Over the lest few months Google Business Photos in Leeds has started to become very popular. Bars, hair salons, shops, cafe’s, car dealerships and dental pracitices are some of the business sectors already enjoying the benefits of their interactive vertual tours. I am still offering a discount rate for businesses signing up over the summer and can do a special rate for those companies signing up mre than one establishment.
See below The Arc in Headingley who’s tour went live a couple of weeks ago just after a huge refurbishment. They wanted a tour doing for the new students to be able to see inside the bar before their arrival for freshers week in September.