Real Estate Video – Equipment, Settings and Shot Ideas

One of the most-asked questions I get from y’all is how do I do real estate video? What equipment do you use, what settings do you use, how do you actually put everything together? We’ll divide this up into a couple of posts so this doesn’t turn into a huge book. For now, let’s take a look at the equipment I use when capturing video for real estate, what settings I set on my camera and different angles or shots that I take throughout the home.

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Client Management System for Real Estate Photographers

You started a real estate photography business and are building your client base, but now you are trying to figure out how to streamline scheduling, photo delivery, payment processing and virtual tour creation. I may have a solution for you! Check out this system that I developed and see if it may be a fit for you in the coming weeks when it goes live to the public.

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Real Estate Video Tours DJI Ronin-M Review

Looking to spice up your services offered to your Realtor clients? Want to jump on the video wagon because it’s perceived as a higher-value item, thus allowing you to charge more? Ever wanted to start doing real estate walk-through tours but don’t have a clue how you can keep your camera steady so buyers don’t get sick watching your video? 🙂 This post may be just what you are looking for!

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Real Estate Photography Tips HDR with Photomatix and Lightroom

Previously I have shared how to edit/process natural-looking real estate interiors with the Enfuse plug-in for Lightroom. A lot of readers have asked for help with another method of processing real estate photos, using the software Photomatix. So I went and purchased Photomatix and came up with a workflow that I would like to share. Here we go!

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