[UPDATE: Sorry! I didn’t realize the commenting was “registered users only.” I’ve just turned that off!]
Every_single_day I receive emails from people around the world asking about how to shoot real estate video. What gear do you need to get started? How long does it take to shoot? What do you need for editing? How do I get clients? What do I think about this [insert gear]?
Guys, I hear you. I try to respond and/or update this blog but, to be honest, it’s becoming a bit overwhelming. To this end I’m kicking around the idea of teaching a real estate video workshop. I’m posting this here to gauge interest in something like this? I haven’t thought far enough to think about a curriculum but I think we’d cover gear, shooting technique, and editing/delivery.
So my question to you is 1) Are you interested? 2) How much would you be willing to pay? 3) What would you want covered?
Hit me up in the comments!
In keeping with our Belltown condo theme, here’s another condo listed by Marco Kronen that I shot earlier this week.
I’m pretty far behind on this blog. Here’s an amazing space I shot back at the beginning of the month for Marco Kronen. Belltown. Loft. I’m in love.
Here’s a Client Testimonial I put together for Windermere Broker, David Pope!
This is a piece I did a few weeks ago for Coldwell Banker Bain’s Will Wilcox! I hope you enjoy!
You guys, it’s been awhile. There have been so many exciting things going on over here at Malia Campbell Photography HQ that I hardly know where to begin.
First, as you’ve probably noticed, the website (and blog!) got a major update. I loved the look of my old website but it just wasn’t very user friendly. The back end was tedious and, because it was so much work, I rarely made the time to update it. Also, as my business shifts more toward filmmaking I needed a website that could support video in a more user friendly manner on both the back and front ends. I really wanted something that looked a little better on mobile devices, too.
With that in mind I gave Chris at Giant Seattle a call (he designed our Lighting for Real Estate Photography website!). I told him that I wanted a new website that looked good, was functional and supported video. Oh and I wanted it to look like my old website. And I wanted my blog integrated with the new website. And I wanted my old blog transferred over. And I want my videos and photos to be really big. And scalable. And remember all those things I just said? I want to change my mind. Again. And again. Like a true professional, Chris was awesome and always responded with a “No problem!” I love this guy!
So, take a look around. Tell me what you think. I’m still updating all of my portfolios but the basics are in place.