As real estate continues to slow, businesses tied to that industry are feeling the effects. Marla Giddings runs Circlepix, a company that shoots photos of houses to for virtual tours on the Internet. Giddings (right) shown here with client Cheril Lindenberg and daughter Rebecca while shooting her camera. Mounted onto a special base with a level and able to shoot 360 degees around in a room, the camera allows image to be transformed online as a panoramic shot. ( Bart Ah You/ The Modesto Bee)
As real estate continues to slow, businesses tied to that industry are feeling the effects. Marla Giddings runs Circlepix, a company that shoots photos of houses to for virtual tours on the Internet. Giddings (right) shown here with client Cheril Lindenberg and daughter Rebecca while shooting her camera. Mounted onto a special base with a level and able to shoot 360 degees around in a room, the camera allows image to be transformed online as a panoramic shot. ( Bart Ah You/ The Modesto Bee) Modesto Bee
As real estate continues to slow, businesses tied to that industry are feeling the effects. Marla Giddings runs Circlepix, a company that shoots photos of houses to for virtual tours on the Internet. Giddings (right) shown here with client Cheril Lindenberg and daughter Rebecca while shooting her camera. Mounted onto a special base with a level and able to shoot 360 degees around in a room, the camera allows image to be transformed online as a panoramic shot. ( Bart Ah You/ The Modesto Bee) Modesto Bee

As virtual tours drop off, photographer gets the picture

October 29, 2007 12:00 AM

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