Quentin Bacon and Scott Hargis teamed up to shoot a stunning classic mid-century modern home designed by Don Sandy in Orinda, CA. Quentin and Scott's client is Michael Thompson of Sotheby’s International.
The finished official marketing site for this home is www.92sandhill.com. This site is a great example of how to market upper-end home. Plenty of great still images that can be displayed full screen if you choose. Note how all you have to do is click "Photography" and the images show themselves in brisk succession. The viewer doesn't have to figure out navigation, but can take control of the slideshow if they choose.
I like the way Quentin has used time-lapse in the video on sunsets, exteriors, and even interiors. It's never occurred to me that time-lapse sequences would be interesting way to show how the interior light changes over time. The other thing I like about the video is that the camera moves seem unusual and not just the standard slider moves you normally see in a property video. These moves are different and unusual and it tends to hold viewer attention more because they are unusual.
Awesome job guys!