Luxury Real Estate Video Tour and what I would have done different

Luxury Real Estate Video Tour and what I would have done different

  The above video was a recent job I did here for the Sothebys Realty group. I was generally pretty pleased with how the video came out but more importantly the client was happy. Like just about all the jobs I do, I look back at it and think about the things I...
Finding Music for your next Video Project

Finding Music for your next Video Project

Finding good music for your next video production can be difficult in terms of both sourcing music you like and is also copyright free so as you can post it up online. Using copyright and royalty free music is especially important if you are producing videos for a...
The Perfect Camera for Shooting Real Estate Video?

The Perfect Camera for Shooting Real Estate Video?

I was recently asked about whether it was worth upgrading from the Canon 70D to the Canon 5Dmkiii for shooting real estate video which got me thinking as to what I’m looking for in my next camera that I will buy. In my role as a profesional freelance video...
How I’d like to edit Real Estate Video….but don’t!

How I’d like to edit Real Estate Video….but don’t!

I recently did a job for a local realty firm shooting a bare land section for sale on a beautiful late autumn day.  Towards the end of the shoot the owner turned up and asked me if I could come and shoot his house for a video he wanted to make for his 91 year old...
When Good Jobs Go Bad….An Unhappy Client

When Good Jobs Go Bad….An Unhappy Client

Not all jobs end up with a smiling client and at some stage in your video shooting career you may encounter this as well. The Job Earlier last year I was contacted by a local Realty firm to shoot drone stills and video for a commercial lake front, bare land section...