Real Estate Video and Drone Tours


A real estate video tour provides a potential home buyer with a sense of depth and perspective of the home that can not be captured in still photos. The pan-tracking system I use for these video tours give the prospective home buyer a sense of movement through the home and an ability to admire the three-dimensional elements of each room. Realtors representing high-end properties often use video to thoroughly capture impressive spaces, where photos couldn’t quite do them justice.

I have worked with multiple realtor agencies including Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors, Keller Williams Reality Southwest Associates, The Wells Group and Durango Mountain Realty. In April 2014, I developed a real estate program for Inside Durango TV and FASTFORWARD Media featuring home videos tours. Many of the clips in this sample reel are from home tours that aired on the 30 minute television show alongside information segments featuring information about understanding mortgages and tips for first time home-buyers.

These videos were shot on the Canon 5D Mark III. If you didn’t notice, the first clip in this reel was taken from a HDR real estate video I produced recently. The sunlit exterior of the home was sharply contrasted by a large oak tree shading beautiful landscaping in the front yard. Using Magic Lantern I was able to capture both elements of the front of the home. Drone video work is available for property aerials and flybys.

This home exterior  was shot with HDR video workflow for Nicole Perino of the Wells Group. The sunlit exterior of the home was sharply contrasted by a large oak tree shading beautiful landscaping in the front yard. Using an HDR video workflow I was able to capture both elements of the front of the home.

This home exterior was shot with HDR video workflow for Nicole Perino of the Wells Group. The sunlit exterior of the home was sharply contrasted by a large oak tree shading beautiful landscaping in the front yard. Using an HDR video workflow I was able to capture both elements of the front of the home.

One Comment on “Real Estate Video and Drone Tours

  1. Hi. I am selling my home in Durango without a real estate agent. I’m just curious how much you charge for a video of a 2,100sf home. I have no idea if it is something that is in our budget but it seems like a very cool tool to show perspective buyers a true feeling of the home! I look forward to hearing from you!

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