Shooting Real Estate
Shooting real estate is a big part of working with Airobird. We want to make sure to provide clients with beautiful aerial shots. Aerials show a different perspective, they make a listing stand out from the rest. In this video I go over different shooting techniques and show you how to shoot the best real estate video you can. It's not just about flying the drone. Its about being creative and having a photographers eye.
Things to note:
- Always shoot video in 4K 60 Frames Per Second
- Always shoot photos in raw
- Always shoot in D-Cinelike
- Use features like "point of interest" and "active track" to help you get the best shots.
- 10 Video Clips (At Least 20 Seconds Each)
- At least 30 different photos (different angles, heights, and exposures)
- 10-15 Video Clips (At Least 20 Seconds Each)
- At least 45 different photos (different angles, heights, and exposures)
RECOMMENDED: Shoot each shot you take in 3 different exposers to avoid over exposed shots. Overexposed shots will not be accepted. Submitting overexposed images/video will result in you having to reshoot the shots and payment will be withheld until we receive the proper images.