How to get to JBS Dog Photography Studio
Congratulations, you are about to have a truly amazing experience at Norfolk’s Dedicated Dog Photography Studio, but how do you find us? Below are a couple of apps you can use to navigate to the studio.
Navigating to the studio using the What3Words App
Visting the dog photography studio using the Whats3Words app is probably the most accurate way to navigate to us. This geocoding app is basically a co-ordinates system that has divided the world into 57 trillion three-metre squares, and each square has one of these unique, randomly assigned codes. Download the app from here
The assigned code for the JBS Dog Photography studio is cattle.tipping.unloads.
Navigating to the studio using the Waze App
The Waze app is pretty cool, you can schedule what time you need to arrive and Waze will also tell you what time you should leave based on the current traffic flow. There is a community of Waze users who provide updates on traffic jams, roadworks, potholes, and the location of emergency services such as the police. In the Waze App simply search for JBS Dog Photography and the app will get you very close to the studio. Once you see Travis Perkins you will see an unmade road lined with conifer trees. Go down the unmade road past a couple of houses and through the metal gates at the bottom of the unmade road. The studio and parking for the studio will be on your right as you pass through the gates. Download the Waze app from here
Navigating to the studio using the Google Maps
Google knows almost everything but does not quite know how to navigate the last few metres to the studio. Like Waze, it tries to send you through the Travis Perkins car park, so once you see Travis Perkins you will see an unmade road lined with conifer trees. Go down the unmade road past a couple of houses and through the metal gates at the bottom of the unmade road. The studio and parking for the studio will be on your right as you pass through the gates. More information about Google maps app from here
Video on how to get the Dog Photography Studio
Of course, if you get a little lost, then no problem, just give me a call and Karl or I will come and find you.