While there are plenty of tutorials on the market today that focus on real estate, interior and architectural photography, there has been a gap on the video side of things for a while. There are resources available all over the internet to learn videography/cinematography but very few of them focus on real estate and interiors (especially from people with a background in real estate and interiors photography). I've been following along with Nick and Jordan as they developed this tutorial and after seeing how much hard work and commitment was involved, I'm really excited that the day has finally come to announce their course.
Here is what Jordan had to say about The Art of Real Estate Cinematography
Video for real estate is still a tool that we are all trying to understand, both what works stylistically and for our businesses. There are countless ways to make a real estate video and no one way is the "right" way. With that in mind, Nick Swartzendruber of Drone Cowboys and I decided to make a course that is focused not so much on simply HOW to shoot video for real estate, but more about how to THINK about an approach and the stylistic choices that come with making real estate films. We are so excited to finally announce the launch of The Art of Real Estate Cinematography!
After nearly 3 months in the making, 80+ hours of editing, 50+ hours of filming, 30+ hours of administrative work; and 20+ hours of traveling; we are ready to share our hard work with you. These details are not to brag, but to show the dedication we have put into this course. I had NO idea what would go into this project when the idea came up. I am in absolute disbelief that this topic would require the amount of thought and planning that it has. Being that I have been making real estate videos since 2013, I figured we would just simply explain the process like most other tutorials do. While we do cover the method, this course is more geared toward the HOW & WHY of real estate film-making. Our hope is that we can encourage and inspire other filmmakers in making their craft the best it can be!
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Note: This is not a paid endorsement, I just think these guys do great work and hope some of you will find the material useful.
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