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Alsace 360 has specialised in 360° virtual tours since 2008, whether traditional tours with customisable interfaces, or joining 3D scans and photos depending on your needs. “Photo assembly” is the speciality of Pascal Renard, head of the sole-proprietor business whose area of expertise currently extends to photogrammetry, timelapse photography and Ultra HD images.

An engineer by training, Pascal Renard undertook a career change in 2006 to work in 360° photography, back when virtual tours weren’t yet well developed. Since then, he has mastered the various technological skills and photography techniques involved and adapted them to his clients’ needs, setting the standard for everything in the field of 360° images. Personalised virtual tours, with or without virtual reality headsets, 360° photos in Ultra High Definition, photogrammetry by drone or in studio, timelapse photos and more - everything in connection with “photo assembly” in the photographer’s wheelhouse.

While much of his work is local, in Strasbourg, the Bas-Rhin department, Alsace or the Grand Est region of eastern France, the photographer is led to go on assignments even beyond Europe for certain businesses that rely on him to deliver work that’s up to their expectations. While some of his clients are multinational companies, he’s also ready to meet the needs of small businesses, local architects or real estate agents with personalised or more traditional services. 

The photographer primarily works with businesses, in particular in the field of architectural photography. Pascal Renard has notably carried out a number of restorations of original images of the Cathedral of Strasbourg, with the approval of the Fondation de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame, the historical foundation dedicated to the cathedral’s preservation. What photographer wouldn’t be fascinated by such a building?

Lastly, although he loves sauerkraut, foie gras and even cassoulet (he’s not a chauvinist, after all), don’t ask him to photograph your culinary creations - when it comes to food photography, he’s sure to tell you that other photographers are better specialised that he is and will be more than happy to recommend them to you.

Have an idea, vision or project? Get in touch with Pascal Renard and experience photography in a new light!


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