In this filmmaking class, Karl and the team film on location in a stunning property with ocean views.
As he works to make the property look its absolute best on video, Karl teaches you a host of useful tips and techniques to help you produce your own pro-quality real estate films.
You’ll cover essential equipment, including lights and modifiers, as well as things to consider in terms of camera settings, focal length, and exposure.
Staging the property to optimise its appeal is a key aspect of the process. Karl shows you how to remove unsightly clutter and add tasteful props to create occlusion and accentuate a home’s best features.
You’ll also learn how to plan your shoot to make the most of the available natural light at different times of day, what frame rate and lens to use, the value of drone footage, the importance of point of view, and much more.
Watch the stunning final edit below, or at the end of the class.
In this class:
- Real estate filmmaking techniques
- Equipment and props for real estate filmmaking
- Frame rates and lens choices for real estate filmmaking
- Lighting tips for filming interiors
- How to balance interior and exterior exposure
- Drone videography
- Removing unsightly clutter and reflections
If you enjoy this class, be sure to check out Video Camera Stabilisation, Aerial and Drone Filmmaking and Interview With Architectural Photographer Sean Conboy.
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