Back in 2009 we were commissioned by The Royal Household to create virtual tours of Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. I was invited, along with 250 other guests, to attend the official launch of the tours at Buckingham Palace. Photographs were taken at the event but it’s only recently that I’ve managed to track them […]
Buckingham Palace: here you can read about Buckingham Palace in virtual tours and see examples of Buckingham Palace 360 virtual tours.
The official London residence of the Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace is one of London’s most famous buildings, and is recognised worldwide. It was originally built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1705 and called Buckingham House. It became an official royal palace in 1837 with the accession of Queen Victoria. Around 50,000 visitors come to garden parties, state banquets and other events each year. In 2009 I was there for the launch of the new Royal.gov website, as I was the photographer for the 360 virtual tours of Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of Her Majesty the Queen. Originally called Buckingham House, built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1705, it became an official royal palace in 1837 with the accession of Queen Victoria. This high resolution virtual tour shows the beautiful interior of the White Drawing Room, which is occasionally […]
Image © Press Association The new virtual tours of Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle were launched yesterday, 12 February 2009. The high-definition panoramic tours are part of the revamped Royal website, which was redesigned by Bang Communications, with virtual tours photographed and implemented by yours truly.