Learn the Essential Camera Equipment and Settings for Shooting Real Estate Video
- What Camera do you need for shooting Professional Real Estate Video?
- Is the Camera you own already good enough?
- What Camera Settings do you need to maximise your video quality?
- Is a 24mm lens wide enough for Real Estate Video?
- Should you buy a Gimbal or a Drone or perhaps a Slider?
- Which one of these tools should you get first?
- What's the best way to use a Gimbal?
These are some of the most common questions I get asked through my Youtube channel or online real estate video school from those new to the craft of real estate video production.
In this mini-course I answer these questions and more.
What's Included in this Course?
6 modules of Video Tutorials
Camera & Lens Recommendations
A Recommended First Video Tool you should get
2 Essential Moves for the Gimbal
Other Course Discounts
Lifetime Access to the Course
The aim of this course is to give you knowledge and tools to overcome the hurdles of trying to figure out what equipment you need and how to set it up to shoot professional looking real estate video.
Even with my 20+ years of professional video camera work I still struggled (like most people) at the start of my Real Estate Video shooting career with these specific questions.
I spent far too much time trying to figure out what camera I should use, what video settings work best and whether my existing camera lenses were good enough.
In the last 6 years of specialising in Shooting Real Estate Video for Realty firms, Architects, Developers, Builders and more I now have a no-nonsense and streamlined workflow for turning around videos for my clients.
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Hello I'm Grant and I live in the beautiful town of Queenstown, situated in the South Island of New Zealand with my wife and three children. I have been a professional freelance video cameraman for the last 20+ years and have been fortunate to have worked on a wide variety of projects. I cut my teeth shooting news for the two main broadcasters here in New Zealand. Since then I’ve been really lucky to have worked on a diverse range of projects from television reality shows, corporate videos to chasing Crocodile Rangers around the backwaters of Darwin for the National Geographic channel to shooting on a Bear Grylls reality show here in New Zealand.
The largest part of my work in recent years has been shooting real estate video for Agencies, Developers, Building companies and Television.
Shooting and Teaching Real Estate Video is now my full time occupation and an area of video production I really enjoy.