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Question of the Day: Are you a Matterport Artist or Business Person? DanSmigrod 7 3 yearsHome3D (3554): I got my first camera at age 12 and have owned many since. So I’m an artist first, trying to maintain a good business approach to work. When I’m working for an agent/client who is appreciative, who recognizes my level of commitment to service, I often go above and beyond. For example, this month I had several small jobs booked for HDR photos only, but delivered a MP tour as well as an end-of-year thank you. If I’m on...
Is the Ricoh Theta S2C good enough for business clients/Google Street View? Gus360 4 4 yearsDanSmigrod (29593): @Gus360 Ah! I have not used that one. I could imagine that it is the same camera as S2C, but with the pre-set. I could imagine that you can override the preset (manual mode). Does that help? Dan
PPA: "Good Enough" versus Exceptionally Exceptional" DanSmigrod 5 5 yearsDanSmigrod (29593): Zapier (6 August 2019) When Perfect Is (and Isn't) the Enemy of Good
Matterport Scan: Is Good Enough; Good Enough? DanSmigrod 10 7 yearsRPOceanic (215): I completely agree that a good number of agents aren't so concerned or even aware of the little details that an MSP may sweat over trying to get right. I think there are numerous reasons for this. An Agent isn't going to spend nearly as much time as the pro within the tour, won't likely walk through an entire model. An Agent will only be associated with most tours they buy for a short period, then will move on to the next listing or sale, will...