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First Congregational Church Google Business View
Historic Connecticut Church photographed for Google Street View
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New Google Business Views Blog Post and Video
The Google and Your Business Blog (Tips and tricks for managing your business with Google solutions) has published a new blog post and video highlighting Google Business Photos.
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What a Difference a Day Makes

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What a Difference a Day Makes
What a difference a day makes. I live in the northwest corner of Connecticut. It is a beautiful place and I enjoy living and photographing the natural beauty of the area. Last year I took several panoramic photographs of the largest tree in Connecticut, the Pinchot Sycamore tree. The panorama was part of a virtual tour I did of the town of Simsbury. The Pinchot Sycamore tree is named after a former Simsbury Connecticut resident, Gifford Pinchot. Mr. Pinchot was the first chief of the U.S. Forest...
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Now Offering Google Street View for Business
I am now an award winning Google Trusted Independent Photographer or TIP for Hartford, Connecticut. What does being a TIP mean? As the name implies, I am an independent photographer and business owner. Being a Google Trusted Independent Photographer means that I am now authorized to capture and create Google Map Street View virtual tours for businesses and publish them to Google properties. It also means that I have completed the extensive training and testing required to ensure Google's qua...
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Panorama Photography Now on Google Earth

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Panorama Photography Now on Google Earth
I have been taking panorama photographs for several years now. I started with just a regular camera and tripod and found it very difficult and time consuming to stitch the photos together into a 360 spherical panorama. Most panos I took would need 40-50 photos to ensure I captured the complete 360 sphere.
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