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Shooting Real Estate Videos/Photos Course

Jared Leon

Shooting Real Estate Videos/Photos Course

Jared Leon

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13 Lessons (1h 22m)
    • 1. Intro to Class

    • 2. Lesson 1: The Set Up

    • 3. Lesson 2: The Why's

    • 4. Lesson 3: Be Aware Of Your Surroundings

    • 5. Lesson 4: Bedroom Bath & Beyond

    • 6. Lesson 5: The Basement (Troubleshooting)

    • 7. Lesson 6: Everything Video

    • 8. New Lesson 7: Editing Pictures Easy

    • 9. Outro To The Class

    • 10. Bonus Part 1: The Set up

    • 11. Bonus Part 2: The Second Floor

    • 12. Bonus Part 3: The Third Floor

    • 13. Bonus Part 4: The Video Portion

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Come on site with me as I go through the process of shooting a house and explaining everything i'm doing as I do it as well as trouble shooting on the spot. I will talk about everything from my equipment, settings, how to properly shoot a house and all the things that could go wrong while doing it. The filming of it is raw like i'm taking you along Vlog/doc style or as a person sitting in the room with me.

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1. Intro to Class: Hi, my name is Jerry Leon and this is my first ever course. I've been shooting real estate as a side hustle. So my full-time video job for three years now, I've shot over a 100 homes and decided I'd take a chance at making a course sharing some of my knowledge. This course is Raul and shows everything I do to when I get there. And so I leave, you're on site with me as I explained my process and share some things I've learned by trial and error. This course was made to educate people who are new to shooting real estate or are interested in doing so. Hope you enjoy. Okay. 2. Lesson 1: The Set Up: Okay there. Hello, everybody. This is a little off the cuff. I met a real estate job right now. And I'm just gonna give you a little bit of pointers about what I do when I get here. So for no further ado, let's get right into it. Okay, so this is the camera I use is the tripod, some Manfrotto, very light version. Detachable plate, as you would call it. Small one is you can just jump in and out real quick so you're not spending too much time. And it's lightweight, easy so I can walk around with it and felt fill in like a way down. Have my nice little gun handle on it as well. And, you know, pointed shoe. Very easy makes my job a lot fun or because I'm not lugging around heavy equipment all day. As well as the camera, which is the A6 500. And nobody can see that or not. Very lightweight. I used to amuse my A7 S marked too, but you know, it gets heavier on the Gimbal. And that's another thing I'll be using. I'll be using a gimble. Doesn't really matter which gimble you use. You can use fly cam or glide cam. I used a beholder df2. And I'm just gonna kinda tell you what I do on a first come in. So I just got into Dora, I close the door into real estate already left. And as you can see, the lights are not on. So I'd like to turn all the lights on. So get that nice, homey feel. Alright, so what I do is I locked my camera to the tripod. I have it would almost waist height. When I shoot my photos, I don't like to shoot them up here looks kind of weird. Down here at a lower angle. Looks a little better, more professional and what people are a more accustomed to naturally. So here we go, I'm gonna get right into it. So like I said, going around, this doesn't look like it should be here, right? So I'm going to hide this in a closet somewhere. Alright, fine. The light switches. Okay. Start turn to stuff on nights on. No, zoom doesn't have any lights. But all the windows I would like to have open. I don't see a thing he on this one anywhere. So let's see if that is any better. Still, not good. Let me do that more. Alright. So we got the window open. Everything is looking good. Everything is open. Looks uniform doesn't look distracting into photos. So when a continued to turn on lights, hide this as well with that in the clauses and where you do not write so that turn on. Sometimes it'll be tricky fun into light, the right lights which you're trying to stop being just one trick on debt. No, it doesn't turn on it. I wonder though, there we go. So the lighting is not the best right now, but I am deciding to open the curtains instead, give it a little bit more light in here. And you can see the Bacchae knowing and see that backyard and all around it. So I'm going to try to figure this out. I don't see. Maybe it's OK. I think we got something here. Kind of crooked on this. Now you've got the added background in air, as you can see, just adds a little bit more to the photo rather than just having curtains there and brings a little bit more light in. And as you can see, as I walk through here and show you, you see how everything is decorated in here and it looks like someone's lives here. Well, that is actually the work of what they would call Stager. So to stage your comes in before I come in and they staged a house. So make it look nice as possible. So when I take the pictures, it will look more homey rather than just a blank canvas where they gotta imagine everything yourself so they can kind of see, Oh look, I can put that there, that there. So it just kinda gives a basic, I guess, instance of what it could look like with their stuff inside. So I'm going to actually turn that fan off because I don't like when I take photos to have the fam moving is I like to do HDR photos and it looks weird when spinning. So I'm gonna turn that off. As you can see this more work of the Stager, those are fake pairs. All right, so I think I'm gonna get started with the camera and let's go. Alright, so right now, I'm just going to see some settings. I've known Ron 32 to do it with us and it makes sure. So I white balance for the photos, I have it on auto. I'll change that when I go into video because that will be moving around into different rooms and I just don't want it to change in a mobile shot. But for photos I think it's fine. Don't really. Alright, so I got my, my peaking meter on so I can tell what's in focus because sometimes that can be a problem right now I have been on a f-stop of seven. I infer video is gonna do a delivery of 30 frames per second, ten ADP. Nothing too crazy, too fancy. Plus, that will be able to use more of the lens rather than cropping myself into a 4K file. Plus it'll be easier to send. And let me just where the heck? Yes, so I have it on creative standard profile, nothing fancy. Just minus1 on the contrast. It's pretty standard straightforward, so it's easy to, you know, edit right out a camera. Nothing too crazy. I don't have to put any color grades that are gonna be too crazy. I can just boom, boom, Bang. And with HDR is gonna look nice. So right now I'm going to set up for everything and I'm going to get started. And once I do the video, I'll show you some of that as well. But for now, I'm going to start on the photos. Alright. 3. Lesson 2: The Why's: I'm already so here I go. It doesn't matter where you start. Start, where you feel comfortable or what's ready sometimes, not everything is always ready when the homeowner is still here and are still cleaning up their religion or told them to clean, but they wait till the last second. They which you get here, then you're like, oh my goodness, I need to clean. And you had a kind of tried to get to that. Moves stuff around if you can. If not, you can just let them move it. But it's probably better if you just help them saying get it done a little faster. And then they will forget sometimes that you're gonna do video. So then you'll put something in this room, take it out, put it in the other room. You like someone be doing video. So I'm going to see that unless you want to keep swishing around, therefore, they maybe find a closet or if you could find a clause there or tell them to find a closet, I'd be a lot better so you could just be out of the way altogether. So now I'm going to get started. And as I said a 100 times. Let's do this. Right? So like to have my metering on zero-point zero just to make sure everything is even. Setting with focus. And also what I'm doing. If I go into settings, I'm doing continuous bracketing, which means that that's how you get your HDR photos about away. So continuous bracketing and camera. You can't see this. I don't know. I'm trying show you. But it's gonna take 23 pictures at three different exposures, take them almost simultaneously. And then in post, that's when you will stitch all those together to get the maximum capacity of dynamic range. So you can see outside of the window and it just gives a beautiful looked to the photos. Doesn't make him look amateurish when you see a bright light in the windows and everything's blown now you can only see me inside, so it just looks more professional and nice. And, you know, people like to see nice stuff. So let's go, let's go. Alright, here we go. Boom, right. Come over here. And also when you're taking pictures, you want to try to get three corners of the wall in the picture. Alright? So when you're taking them, let me kinda illustrate this. So when I'm taking my pictures, I'm making sure I have at least three sides of the wall in a picture. And I'm using a wide lens, I'm using a twelv millimeter lens right now. And on an APS-C camera, It's going to crop to about maybe 16 millimeters. So right now, you know, when I shoot it, I'm getting this wall and getting the front wall. And I'm getting over here as well in the picture as much as possible because it just looks weird when you only have two walls and a picture and it makes it look a little smaller. Therefore, when you get three walls, you can see the whole room, you know. So alright. So it took this took this let me just read just so not getting myself and shuts. You're taking pictures. You want to try to get as many angles as possible because you want to get at least 30 pictures to the real answer. So they can use them on their website or whatever site, Zillow, whatever their width. So I tried to get as many angles as possible. Get the straight on, you know, get the angles, you know, on east side, this side, that side. And I can go this way and I can go back and get that. So you're gonna get as many angles as possible because sometimes it's also like on a movie set, you may get an angle that you think is going to be great. But when you actually look at it later, you're like nano wasn't so good. So always have more options when you can write. So yeah. Okay. So we're going to get the angles. Get the mangles. Dude, do just like you use what you have here. The sunlight. You try to get as much as possible in the room to light it as best as possible. Because turning on lights like this light right here, it's not gonna be enough light all the time. Therefore, when you do your video parts, it's going to be a lot darker, which means you're going to have to turn your ISO up a lot more. Which means it's going to start to look gradients some parts if it's too dark. But you know, you just gotta kinda use which you have or you can make it more complex and bring your own lights which takes way longer. So if you want to stay past an hour or two and do it for hours or six, you can do that, but it just depends on what the client is paying for. So just remember that especially if you have multiple in one day and you have to drive 30 miles to the next one. Just remember that in mind. So I'm just gonna keep shooting and let's see what we get. All right, so I'm going to just show this real quick. This is bathroom shooting, which is a little tricky sometimes because sometimes they're hard to get into and get out of. And to get a good shot, you have to kind of finagle your way in a little bit. So I lowered my tripod, so I'm out of the mirror and I gotta kinda get in here. This bathroom is actually a little bigger, which makes it easier. Sometimes there's bathrooms that are very small and you can barely get in, and those are a lot harder to take. So this is actually not too bad right? Now. I also want to say one more thing. I always use my ISO at 500 just so it's not higher than that and gets grainy. I just want to get a really nice shot without too much grain. And to make up for that, I must have my shutter speed only for the most part. I don't mess up my f-stop because if omega2 shadow, I don't want the walls, whatever is in the shot to be out of focus. So I just I a makeup with what I have with the shutter speed. And I turn that up or down depending on the lighting in the room says it's very dark. I just I turn in what way up to put more light into camera if it's really bright, I just turned away down. Debt goes for video as well. I don't try to mess with while mess with the ISO ON that a little bit, but I won't go too high on that. But I will mess with those shutter speed, specially on outside shots where it's a lot harder to adjust unless you have an ND filter, which I do not have an ND filter for this. But we're going to manage right now. So getting my shot, make sure everything is metered right at 0. The metering is, is letting me know that the cameras says that this is the best setting. Take this picture. And I'm going to take a couple of these just to make sure my focus is good. Alright. So I've got two photos just in case. And yeah, I just wanted to put that tip in there to let you know about the bathrooms. Also, bathrooms are usually lit a lot warmer because the lighting depending on the lighting, sometimes they have daylight bulbs in there. But right now you can see this very tungsten. So you're gonna have to, for, especially for video, I'd like to change my video. White balance up for photos is a little better because it'll just do a pretty good job. So you're probably going to go to like around thirty two hundred, thirty four hundred white balance Ys in there. And usually for the rest of the house, I usually keep it around maybe fifty, six hundred fifty five hundred somewhere around there. It kinda fluctuates on how I feel the lighting in the room is. So I kind of custom white balance F for the most part. So I'm gonna continue to get this floor. I'm gonna do though house. And then I'm going to do video and update you some more. 4. Lesson 3: Be Aware Of Your Surroundings: All righty. So I'm gonna move my bag out the way. I want that shot. Makes sure all the lights that can be on or on. A right looks good. So then I'm going to start getting my angles, right. I want to get as many as possible. Just in case. Because like I said, you may think an angle looks good when you're there and then when you get into editing it, like I do not like that, it is not the best photo. I gotta take it. So more is always better to have it and that need it, the needed and not have it, right to get a straight onto this nice skit that street on. Alright, I'm adjusting my metering again, setting it to 0. The camera says this is the best setting right now. So I'm gonna go with that and I'm going to trust my camera. You can always trust your camera or you can go through instinct. You know, sometimes you may feel like, you know, a little bit more. But usually on the photos anyways, trust the cameras input on my settings and what it thinks is good in some cases as well. Like I said, I'm I'm hugging the walls as much as possible. Get to get the widest single shot with my wide angle lens. But also you can also do as they call it, featuring. Yeah, and that's the word featuring. So you can get your shots. I know I said, You know, I always try to get three walls in there. But if you're trying to feature an item, you want to get a close-up of a nice stove or whatever, you know, always make that an extra shot. Don't make debt. You know, what are your main shots? Because their military is gonna just want as much space as possible. But if you can work in India, working in there, especially if it's a smaller house and you can't take as many photos as like an apartment or something. It's harder to get 30 photos. You can get really creative with it. It's possible. But yes, if something looks really cool on camera or the religare requests that you definitely want to get that feature. Because, you know, some people like to look at that when they're looking through their stuff. And it could potentially sell the house, you know, sometimes you never know what's going to sell the house. It could be a nice backyard. It could be the pool built into the ground. It could be a way a bathroom or kitchen looks and you want to try to get the best as possible. So maybe hit winter, those triggers. Therefore, getting somebody interested or over the threshold in wanting to buy the house based off the work you did, featuring the right stuff so the realtor can sell it. Therefore, wanting to use you again because she sold the house off of your pictures and got some great results. So it's about results here is room is not at its best right now at this angle. I'm going to show you why actually. So let me get the camera. See ya right there. You don't want that in your shots as much as possible. I want to try to get chords to a minimum. Of course, I don't want to touch this stuff. I don't know how big the configuration to that. So you basically shoot around it as best as you can. So you're not messing with things, you're not supposed to be messing with. Alright, so I'm upstairs now and I am in the hallway right now. Sometimes at the hallways long enough and big enough. I'd like to get the hallway as well. Especially if it looks nice, has a nice hardwood floor right now. You probably can't see it, but it looks really good. So I'll get a photo from that side. That side, even the banister probably get a good video of that, you know, nice shot of me kind of going over the banister, kind of showcasing the nice stairway or whatever. But I'm going to start up here getting some shots and I will let you know how that goes. So I'm just going to come here. So when this room right now and you know, as I said before, over there, okay. So I got a cord right here. I've plotted the line in dose. I like the way to light looks in Rome, so you can see the plug right here. So in my actual framing of the shots, you know, my shot is low enough. So you actually went up, be able to see the cord. So you wanna kinda use what you have. You could put an obstacle in front of the cord, do that as well. But if the court is too distracting, I would just say have the light off because some realtors student, I like chords. So use what you can or you can edit it out altogether if you want to. Use your masking skills to do that. But I just wanted to show you a small thing right there. That will happen as well. Okay. 5. Lesson 4: Bedroom Bath & Beyond: Alright, so now I'm upstairs in the bedroom. This is the master mess. You can see they have a nice I don't even know the name and I'm sorry. I can't even I can't think of the name but they have a nice ceiling that has kind of like an inverted top or I'm so sorry guys. I can't remember what that's called, but it's a nice architecture in the room, so you want to get that. So what you will like to do is get farther enough shot, a far enough shot back. And it's killing me that I don't know the name of that right now. And let people know and ages like, hey, this is what it is done. But I don't remember. I do not remember. So I'll come kind of at an angle and I'm far so I can get that nice ceiling in there as well. But it being button boom can also get a little closer. Just isolate this area, show where they could be sleeping. You know, look at his nice bed and it's nice room. Look at that. That could be you right there, right? Alright. So I'm going to continue to get different angles, like I said earlier, as many as possible. Always want to get those angles because this happened to me before when I get back and I'm like, dang, why do I not have that angle? Why why didn't I just take the extra time to get that one shot? So you wanna shoot as much as you can on location. Okay? So under massive bathroom, you wanna do the same thing as you would for a regular bathroom. Even though you have a little bit more space, you're going to have to squeeze your way around here, expressively dodging reflective surfaces. Now, i'm going to stage that like that a little bit to kind of get like a nice, nice like look at the entryway into the backroom, measure walking into your new house, surveying your land, you know, just looks just looks nice. You know, sometimes you just gotta go with what looks nice. So I'll take this right picture. Alright, so I already took the pictures in here as well. I already did that for you. So what I'd like to do, skip and kinda see what this will look like if it's even worth getting him i any MI in any mirrors at all. So let me just see Alex. Focus. Good. Alright, so I'm gonna move the camera. How do we get out the shot? Right. You can also see that right there. Yeah. So there's a closet. There's the clouds. It so that's the clause that right there. It's a nice big closet, so you definitely want to get a shot at that. If it's a smaller closet and is packed full of clothes from the homeowner has still there. You probably don't need that. But if you have a nice clause at that stage and it has a lot of room, and it looks nice. You definitely want to kinda try to showcase this. So, you know, couples like space. And the more space you can showcase the Petter. And that could also be a selling point of the house as well. So makes sure you get the best of everything, right. This could definitely be a selling point as well. And nice, great bathroom. This is pretty decent size. My shower, nice to different sinks, you know, so couples got their own little space. So definitely try to accentuate everything you can as much as possible. All right. I'm going to shoot a little bit more and come back. Alright, so another quick tip. Here's the laundry room. If there was a washer and dryer and here I would get it. It would be a nice thing to show on camera, especially if it's a nice washer and dryer that people would like, That's high-end. That is not here. I may take a photo just to be safe, but usually I just won't take a photo with him because, you know, it really situating anything other than, hey, it's a blank room that you could have a washer and dryer. And what if you actually have one in there? I would definitely say, take a picture of especially looks nice if it doesn't, then vice Strategy and clean it up a little. Maybe you can, if you can't and it's just too crazy, or just stay away from it. And you can always declare the religion. You could always put that in the ad to let them know, you know how to show them everything. We want to show them the best parts of the house, the selling points that are going to sell the best so you can make your client happy, okay? Right. 6. Lesson 5: The Basement (Troubleshooting): Alright, so right now I'm in the basement setup for here. The basement is usually the darkest part of the house. So you have to make up with it with your camera shutter speed. I don't like to turn to ISO because definitely gonna grainy down here. There's always some looking around you gotta do to just make sure you get everything because you don't want to forget a bathroom that you thought was a closet. And in religious saying, hey, where's that it? Bathroom and basement. Oh, there was a bathroom and a basement. Then check right. So you just closet? There was the bathroom. Make sure you get that mental. Nope. Right here. I'm a camera may not look as dark, but it's kinda dark. And here I'm gonna do is I'm going to hominis light, lit a little bit more light in the room, so my camera doesn't have to work as hard. And the scenery is not sue bed. Alright, so I'm just preparing real quick. Makes sure all the lights are on. Looks like I found all the lights and other room here. And I don't know how I feel about that half open like debt. Maybe it doesn't look like if I pull it all the way up. Once you bet, to bet at all. Let me see if I pull it all the way down real quick. Yes. Yeah. Looks someone try it again. Was that well, yeah. I mean, it looks looks about right. I mean, it looks more uniform since all the other was upstairs where like decile, why not do it for the bottom as well? You probably don't want to get this. This is where they had the store, all that junk sort of photos could look nicer. Probably don't get this. If this was empty, maybe get it just to show that you have a lot of storage space. But right now in this condition, you probably just don't want even bother with that. The military is definitely probably not going to use that shot. Alright, so coming here, just Sure. No. Really take note of getting any of this. This is a smaller clause. Probably don't need it in the shot, goes a bigger one, I will probably get it. But since it's not, I'm not going to really worry about that. Right bathroom. Alright, so this is the basement. Not too bad, not too shabby for good. And I will be doing the outside next with the photography or am I just do all the video inside so I'll get Photography and videos done inside and then do all the outside. Together. We'll see how I feel. All right, and let's go. Alright, so I just made a mistake. I just want to let you know what I did wrong here so you don't make the same mistake is ideal. Okay. So in this shot right here, just to, I don't know if you didn't see that. But it looks good, right. But I accidentally forgot to move something. So I'm going to have to retake this because I don't want that in a shot. You probably want to have this out of the shot, red in the corner and distracting. So I'm going to reshoot these three photos and correct what I just did. So just mental note, when stuff isn't a shot, rather a broom and a corner, home defense, spray bottle. Whatever you see, try to move it out the way when you can, especially in the bathroom as well. No, this is crazy in there. That's staged so you don't want to move. That tells stage. Sometimes when you walk into the bathroom is kinda crazy. So you just want to make sure that you have it. It is good as condition as you can or hopefully the homeowner data for you. So just wanted to say something about that, so alright. Alright, so another quick tip had been the basement still. And like I said earlier, what do you know? It's a giant hanging chord on the wall that is not good at all of those kind of b. So what I'm going to do is, well, setting up my shut right now. I don't know if field you might not see it, but it's kind of in the shot right now. So what I'm just going to do is kinda boot scoot, scoots. So I'm losing a little bit of room. In the room is showing how big it is, but at the same time saving into picture because I'm not getting that court in a way and I would do around the room has I move knew how to maneuver around. So I'll get this side. I'll get this angle. So whatever angle I can get. But I would not get this angle because it just looks terrible. Unless you want to mask that out and Smith's mixture work on it. But I'll just say, just don't get that picture. Make room look a lot better. Alright, so I decided to get some outside shots right now. Looks like in my trainers on this, I'm just going to try to get it before that happens right now. So I'm sitting outside of the house and I'm getting my my nice shots front honor. The house right now. And we want to get fragment. They'll see that C because he says yes, I'm getting front on. Some real answers. Actually don't like front on and off her debt before they liked the angles. So I try to get as much as possible. Like I said, you wanna shoot as much as possible to have what you need. And I just shot a shot and I just noticed, like I did downstairs, that there's something in front of the door that it does not look good. So I'm gonna move it right quick and I'm gonna do it for you live. So you don't make the same stake. Some cans of paint right here that probably shouldn't be here. So I'm going to move that out the way and then retake to picture. And let me just show you something else. So across the street you see that house. I don't know if you'll be able to see it, but there's a there's a real estate sign in the front yard right there. Okay. So usually this house where to have when I would definitely shoot around it because it can be distracting. And usually he can shoot around it. Sometimes you can't, it's harder. It's like right in front. So usually you want to probably come here or tell the realist or not to put it in yet. If you can't do that, just try to shoot around it as best as you can. And yeah, that's a quick tip out here. So I'll make it shooting again, moved that kinda paint and start over. So let's do it. Okay, so I decided to do the video on the outside first and I'd completed the photos on the outside and I'm gonna do the inside, some set up ready to go. But before I start on that, what I'm gonna do is I'm going to come out here real quick since I'm going to be in motion and we're going to walk up to the house and get that cool shot of me, me coming into house on the ground here and it's a little dirty, so I do a little bit of room real quick and just kinda move some things clear to runway a little bit. Make it a little nicer. I want to have a bunch of debris shot right back. Just a little bit better than before. And so I'm going to start go for it now. Okay. So right now I'm getting my Gimbal shots outside. I have my white balance at six thousands because it's a little bit cloudy, overcast and it looks a little better at that setting right now. So I'm going to start going up and down the sidewalk, getting my nice sliding shots, you know, do some Dolly ends, do maybe a tilt down doll lean is and I'm going to go all the way to the doors well, to get a nice shot of that. 7. Lesson 6: Everything Video: Alright, so I finished all the outside shots, video and photos. Now I just got the inside shots with the video mondo gimble again, I'm going to turn my white balance. Just a Ted was saying, let me see, let me turn my ISO BEC up, go back 800 through my shutter speed to 60. So I'm shooting in 30 frames. Right now, it's very, very orange. So let me go the opposite direction and kinda match. What does it look like? Have what? 47 looks kinda looks like it matches pretty good there. So I'm going worn by eye. You can also do a customer and take a picture of something that's white in the room and try to get as close as white balance is possible with right now this is looking really good in I'm at 4700 Kelvin. So I think I'm going to stick with that for now. The daylight coming due to Windows is looking really good in camera. So almost start and see what happens. Okay? So right now, my f-stop is still set around seven. I want to get as much in focuses again, deep focus. I'm going to be moving forward and backwards. So wanna get as much in focus as much as possible. I don't wanna go to a 2.8 meso. The focus, especially right now on this, this is not a autofocus lens, so I'm going to have to constantly be adjusting focus. So I rather just have it at a higher F-stop. Get a deeper focus and not have to deal with messing with the camera while it is moving. So right now, there's gonna kinda get a opening shut. So let us see. See how this looks. I showed you. Alright, so trying to hug the walls as much as possible. During the ninja walk with the gamble. Moving around the room, trying to get different angles as well, can get fluid motion, golly, tilt, pan left to right, as much as possible to work with later. Alright, so now we're gonna get some more shots. Move this camera, and I will come back with you in a little bit. Which want to do is when you come into a room, you always want to try to hug the wall as much as possible. Maximum. You are wrong. So for this reenactments of when isis did going to oh, good wall is I've rotated around the room pair relaxing the table in the foreground, right? So I'm gonna do that, but I'm also going to get a dolly Dudley in shot right? Most impediments to getting the corner over here. And I'm going to get a pan shot as well, right? So I'm gonna go to war for wall. Will usually go bag as well, just in case. Just so I have two different shots going each way. And Maybe one has a bidder, Florida slower motion. Sometimes they were a little too fast or slow it down a little bit. So you kind of just kind of one of my say Kim, we're gonna do the division bar. Alright, so among the Gimbal and I'll put video in the bathroom again here. So that's an obstacle you have to try to avoid while being as such as mall close quarters stays right? So what do you do? Alright, so I'm going to kind of show you what I would do. I actually turned my color temperature down a little as well to about 30, no. 2800 because it light in New York is so orange man without oranges. So see how that white balance assault. So I kind of white balanced it myself by i, and it looks a little better. So I'm just gonna kinda show you my method of doing this. Hese are a little bit tricky. So what I like to do is since I can't be in the mirror, I just like to get down low and try to get in there and get out. Hobbies scene in a mirror. As you can see, it's not a lot of room in here, right? So let's do a couple. Please see what I can get this. So my meters balanced 0. So it is possible you just gotta work a little harder for these kind of shots. Adjusting with the lighting, adjusting with the space. So now I'm about to do the kitchen and yeah, let's get started on it. Alright, another quick tip I just wanna say real quick is always try to get some transitional shots to different floors right now about the goingto basement. So I want to get a shot of me just transitioning down, you know, as I go to the next floor so I can tell the shots together. Same with this floor as well. When you wanna go to a different floor, recommend you transition to the next floor. So people know when you're watching a video, what Florida wrong or where you go in, kind of a jumbled mess in there trying to figure out which floor you want. And you have to do that on a row and you want to kind of guide them so they can just look at the scenery and it can get a good later Land of what you're doing. And just in case you have a different editor and you yourself, if someone else is editing your stuff, it just makes it easier. Alright, so I'm basically all done, finished up everything. But the last thing I usually do is turn off all the lights, especially if there really was not here. I will go around myself. Just makes sure that they're all done. You definitely don't want to try to you want to, you know, try to just try to make sure you shutting. Just try to make sure you get every single one of them because sometimes you might leave the closet light on and have to come back or he just doesn't look good when they come and say, oh, wow, he left all the lights on or he unlocked adored or didn't lock the door. That's another thing. So just make sure you locked the doors, turn off the lights before you leave. And there you go. 8. New Lesson 7: Editing Pictures Easy: Hello. So I'm going to show you a little bit about the editing software that I use on my Mac when I am editing the photos. So I'm usually working with HDR photos. So what I downloaded is Aurora HDR 2019. So I already have it downloaded. You miss not a lot of money. I think it was about maybe 50 or 60 bucks, maybe less. I don't remember. I think it was about 60 bucks, but it's not really expensive, but it's really easy to use and very intuitive. And it makes a lot of things easier, especially when you have a lot of photos. That is, so what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna openness. Okay? And in my Finder, I'm going to go to, let's say one of my files, I'll just September 28th, right. Alright, so I got some HDR photos ready. And the way I'm do is I'm going to highlight the redoes and I'm just going to drag it into the program. Alright, so the program's going to register that. And I'm just gonna push Create. And it's going to do all that stuff, floating the photo, rendering, blah, blah, blah. I just wait. And still loading. Yes. Okay. Detecting seen type. Alright, so it's melding them together slowly. So I can waste your time. Maybe I should cut this out and just go straight to it, but it won't be authentic, right? Alright, so final touches, it's making it awesome for me as it's telling me right now. Okay, so that's the starting point, which is pretty good. Now I have some things at the bottom die used that are already like options that I have that I can just do us a quick click and unsafe, but I'm just gonna do one from scratch, right? Oops. All right. So I think yes. So that's the original. So I usually do is just kind of get it out there and a smart sewn it, smart tone it up a bit. Alright, it looks kinda crazy. And we turn the exposure down just a tad. Alright, so now smart zone that baby up. So let's kinda adding more of the HDR into the photo to make everything kind of the same exposure all around. See, bow. Ok. You have a lot of settings by way too. I'm just gonna kinda show you a little bit of it. You can do the highlights. I like the shadow. Shadows up or down. Hare. Who don't wanna do that right before it clips like so. Blacks, k, sin, kinda see I'm getting great results already. I didn't do too much. I haven't gone down the gigantic list of amazing things they have. And it's already looking pretty good. So let me just so you can add saturation. I don't think I need to really do that too much is add a little bit. I don't think I need too much vibrates in is clarity. You can also add data. Almost like a sharpening of the HDR effect to kind of bring out detail in bricks and all that. I don't really do that too much. Smarter. It's kinda the same thing. So I scroll down and show you a steer and noise out a little bit. You know, just in case I don't want to have I wanted as clear as possible. So it's going to automatically render that into it as well. It just depends. It's a nice day. I had really good lighting, so I don't probably have to worry about it as much, but when you're in like a darker room, there's not a lot of lighting. And that's a great option to get rid of some noise because I've done it before and it, and it doesn't really good job. Which radiates. Its like I dream. I don't think you need to do that. Vividness, polarizing. It kinda add that blue. Like you're using a polarizer from the camera. That just kinda doesn't look authentic when I do that. Just kinda So I'll just leave it. I mean, if you have a good starting point, you don't have to do too much, you know, when you get it in a pretty good range of exposure. But if you are inside ok, so this is, this is pretty good. Previously I didn't have to do too much to that. And I can save. So exports image right here. I leave it on medium. Resize. Alright, so my picture out of cameras 6 thousand by 4 thousand. So it keeps all of that information as it takes it out. I used another program that didn't do that which was fo tore photo, whatever. I mean, it was a great program, but it always get down to like 1080 by 1920, whatever. This keeps it the same, which is great because once they put it in their MSL programmer, whatever they use for their photos to religious and talking about it, it downgrade the quality. So if you have more quality to work with, you can keep some quality into pictures when he post them, depending on what they're using to host your photos. So I'm just going to put it on my desktop. Because my desktop and I'm just going to keep, I'm just gonna put dear Rear, right? So it's processing that hopefully it doesn't take too long. Alright, so should be done. But this down here. Alright. I'm gonna go here real quick. And yeah, I mean, that looks pretty good right off the bat. It's a nice, nicely lit photo. Hdr, full effect. Looks great. The researcher will love you. Alright, so that's kind of a more easy one, is a nice outside shot. So let me go to a more indoor shot. Let's see this one. Alright, so I got three new photos and I'm indoors is time at another location which was an apartment in Arlington, I think. So. I'm just going to create HDR. I love HDR. It's great. Alright. This is gonna do the same thing again. Load is going to make it awesome. I think probably the hardest thing to do with this program is just a loading time with this. Everything else is so great and easy. It makes your life a whole lot easier when you're editing photos, especially when you want to do it fast. On time restraints, they need it back that same day. I've been there before and I've used this and it's really helped me out. I'm sure they have all the great programs out there as well. I just this one fell into my lap and I used it. It was so great right off the bat. Now let me just you can also just like let's say if you had your tripod a little off kilter. You can also kinda readjust. It can look at though, how the walls come down and kinda just match it to that to make sure everything is even. So you can go back. See, hmm, took my smart tone up kinda as that extra HDR to the photo, as you can see, kind of brightens all the shadows. So I just usually turn that all the way up and look it looks right off the bat. I mean, it doesn't get any better than that. You might see a little bit of noise in there. So what I'm gonna do, it's gonna go to the noisy, put that up and I'm in this usually to noises around, you know, right here on the size of things where the shadow is. So I just usually put that up. Let me see what else do I need to do? And we see the highlights. And I'd like to make it bright as possible. Suez greatly LET without blowing out the highlights which is like, you know, where the sun comes in, you can still see the detail outside the window. That's important to me. I don't like to see just a big white wall of nothingness where you can't see it outside. So I tried to see that's too much. So like right on the edge of blowing out is where I like to usually have it just like right there. Ooh. I'll just keep data about the same. Yeah. And I mean, let me go to colour temperature so I have as shot right now you can change this as well to different settings. I mean, my white balance was on point, brought out a camera, so I just leave it as shot. Oh, it's a little little more. So what you can do here is I go all the way to the bottom, go up just a little bit, and have all the different colors saturations. So what's really cool about this program is, let's say you're seeing too much orange on the walls or whatever. You can just kind of pull the orange out of the walls and see it, add the orange into it. Kinda pull it down if it's a little too distracting, which I think is really awesome, makes life way easier. Alright. And maybe some of that yellow is, well, I don't like too much. See that yellow right here from light over there. So I'll just turn that down a little bit as well. So notice distracting. And then you can also, if you wanted to add a little bit, I don't want to do that. So it's not so much red that work with anyway. So look at add S, that's pretty good. And you can also, if you want ASM saturation back in. Not too much. And yeah, that's another another great completed photo. Save that bad boy. Now I'm not putting in any specific folders right now. I'm just saving it to the depths. Desktop, interior. Interior. Nothing too crazy. So wise processing or just kind of go. And let's see, see what that looks like. Alright, another great photo, right off the bat. It looks really nice. White balance was on point. Just like I usually do out of camera. I trust my camera on that part of it. I usually leave it on auto for video. I will usually change it because when you're moving, the white balance is changing. As you're moving. Everybody might not catch it. Dirichlet, oh my neck. But you will probably catch it. You want to make your work as good as possible. Some people you can get away with it if they don't care, but some people do. And it can be distracting. You don't want to add distractions to your video or your photos. So like the wall right here, I just took a little bit of the orange out and made it little bit you more uniform in, in, brought some more white out in, you know, made somebody. Tungsten light disappeared. Just so it looks clean like the image looks nice and clean right now. And you also just want to make sure that the photo is in focus. And that's another thing. If you have a great focus lens where you can just grab that wall, some people use the manual lenses because you're doing video at the same time. I use a manual lens, but I definitely use any kind of peaking help where it shows me what's in focus, highlights what's in focus. So I know when I'm doing this, it's in focus because you can't get home and be like, oh crap, this great kitchen photos out of focus. I can't use it in religion is like, well, I need it that angle. Where's the angle? You're like, whoa, was out of focus. I'm sorry. So you always want to take more than one picture of the same thing and you want to make sure it's in focus. So that's really important. Alright, so this is just a small tutorial of the program I use to make the photos really good looking. And I hope that helped in some way. If you're on a Mac, of course, you know, I don't know if this program is for PCs, but I'm sure there's a similar program out there for the PC uses as well. That works just as great, but that's all I have for today. Thanks for watching. I hope this helped and have a great one. 9. Outro To The Class: Thank you for watching my first course and I hope it was helpful in some way. It was very raw and I hope to make another one soon and improve upon inequality. I'm also a filmmaker and work for a YouTube channel full time and hope to share more about that stuff into future. Have a great day. 10. Bonus Part 1: The Set up: All right. So here I am. And another property going up the stairs that just got here. As you can see, this one has no furniture in it. So we have no Stager to come in before I did to kind of address everything up to make it look homey and give it a low life to the place so that people can kind of visualize what the place would look like with furniture. So now it's turning on lights. Yeah. Yeah. All right. So I'm just going through going through you see how I can hold this. Alright. So it's like a like a condo. Alright, let me see if I can start that fan off. Yeah, this might be heart. Oh, here we go. Year, Baby. Boom, sun. Alright, so let me go to do alright. Who bone? Cfi, sorry, net off. Does it look like it's sometimes these things are a little finicky. Alright. It looks like it's working. Okay. So it is going through checking everything out. Looks back, boom, right, nice little deck or whatever that is. Fireplace. Alright, we're gonna go to the next floor. Alright, so this place has a lot smaller than the last one. It's kind of a condo feel to it and turn the fan off. Turn a light on. Here we go. Here we go. I always like to turn to fans off because when I do the photos, especially when I do HDR, can kind of look a little crazy when you have stuff spinning. Turn it off toilet. I always do that. It's just always looks better in pictures and we have the toilets closed and flushed. Of course. He acts so the density is don't master bedroom. And we're gonna go see another toilet. Going to close that as well. Right through bathrooms. And we got another family gotta turn off. That light doesn't work. So what we're gonna do is just rely on the window like I get. Just rely on the window light in kinda like the room with that. What else? And here we gotta fix this. This looks kind of a hot mess. And what was going on over here. Okay, so I can't even Wow. And they don't have a hook. So I can't even opened a blind. So what I'm gonna do is borrow the hook from this one. All right, so what we're gonna do is open nice windows for debt and they're kind of hard to hold the camera and do this at the same time. Alright, there we go. So we're going to open this window. Let there be light. And I guess it's not too bad. Once I get up here, I'll decide again and see if that's something that needs to be taken down. This is a closet right here, worth getting pretty big, little bigger than your usual clauses. So I'll get that cause it, but it's a smaller clouds that are probably using won't get it. But since it's a little bigger, like this closet yeah. Alumnus these Assad closet. I don't know if I would get I would probably get it just for just to have it. Better to have it and not needed to need it and not have it. Alright, so I think that's the whole house, not too big. So the Raj is something I usually never really get unless x to get it. This is a decent garage. You know, everything's out so there's not a bunch of clutter in here. And that's the door. So it might not might get that. It's not bad. It's not bad in there. Might get debt and that's just a closet. Alright, so that's everything in its time they get started. So let's go. So as you know, using the eight sixty five hundred with the brightened star 12 millimeter lens. Same settings as last time. Like I said, keep it around 500 ISO. I've got my focus peaking on to let me know what is in-focus and when he's out, that's what that red is into frame missy, that want to show where everything. So my card should be formatted already. Usually I will format my chord. But before I come here, or when I get here, just to let myself know that there's nothing on this card that's going to get into way or get confusing. My have pictures already on a card and like, why do I have 700 pictures for such a short shoot? Oh, because I forgot to reformat the court or just make sure that the card is something you do not want to reformat and reform as something that you actually need it. So just pay attention to that stuff because everybody has done that once and it's not pretty so. Alright. Quality. Like to keep it on Raul, that's the highest is going to go. The most flexibility aspect ratio, 3-2, not 16 by nine. 3-2 uses the whole sensor. And let me see if I can keep going. And he's so did does making sure everything is still the way I want it. I don't think I shut anything else shut. So white balances on auto for pictures. Creative style, standard, like last time, negative one on the contrast and picture profound know. So we're just gonna keep it very simple. Straight to the point. Shooting at 30 frames per second. So no changes. Same stuff there. And we're gonna get started. 11. Bonus Part 2: The Second Floor: All right. So I'm on the second floor right now. Also wanted to say, you know, I always keep my camera about waist level right here when I'm taking my photos because it looks professional. Everybody who is in this business who has been doing this always does that. When he gets too high, it looks like you're just a little too tall in the room looking down. And if you're too low, it makes everything look to gigantic. So you just want to be at a nearly waist level height. And it just makes everything look really good when you take a picture of it, especially when you use a wide angle lens like this. Alright, so now I also want to say what I am also going, which I said about Lynn talked about last time is I don't know if you'll be able to see this, but I'm also using continuous bracketing. You can see from my exposure. So I'm gonna take three different pictures, exposure wise, measure mall together. They get a really nice high dynamic range photo. Let me just put this back here a little bit. And this should be a fairly Quaker shoot. And let's get started. So also I have my f-stop at seven again. I like to have it more deep focus just because I don't like having things out of focus about mistake. I want to make sure everything is in focus. It's a Sony camera, so it does really good in low light. So I can actually jack up my f-stop told around seven and be pretty good and not have anything to dark and not have to turn up the ISO or anything. So I leave it at seven. I know that my shot is showing is going to be in focus. And even when you have like a focus peaker with the red and the camera shows, you know, what's in focus or not. You still can have problem getting focus. It may look like it's a focus but it's really not. And then when you get the pictures back, you're like, crap. It's not in focus. I showed it took a little bit more pictures. Instead of just hoping the first one was the best one. I've done a lot of things like that. And I'm letting you know, see you don't make the same mistakes. Alright, so here we go. Can you see me? Just my focus again just to make sure everything looks good. Take another one. Also, my metering on my camera meant 0, which means my cameras saying that this is the best exposure to shoot at. So that's what I'm using. I'm trusting my camera on this right now. Usually when it's video, I'll Dao my own stuff up and go manual more. But since his photos, I think it's okay. My camera is I'm pretty confident in my camera right now. So I'm going to go over here. So I'll get another angle straight on right at the kitchen. Bang. And the one just to case. Alright. And it kinda get an angle and a corner. Getting that nice little deck. Justing metering says, good, boom, the whole room again, but just a little bit closer. And then more angles you can make up to more pictures you can deliver, especially in a smaller place like this. The other one that's single family home was a lot bigger ahead. Crazy amount of photos I could work with. But smaller spots like this or like an apartment. You definitely gonna get creative as you can. Try to get as many angles as you can, you know, go forward a space, backward in space, you know, at an angle. And you always want to try to get three walls into shy. So like right now, I don't know if we are able to see it straight on. Okay. So that's not too bad. Is lenses wide enough? All right. So that wall right here isn't a shot. That wall right there isn't a shot. And then now all right. Here is in a shot. So you got three walls in a shot. That's how you want to take your shots if you do it like this? Yes. Like something like this. You only get into walls and a shot. Looks very weird. So you always want to try to get three walls and a shot. Because in your brain it just shows that, hey, this is the whole room I'm seeing is why does it can be and it makes it more spacious CO3 walls. But right now you can't specialise another tip. Alright, let me see. What else can I say? Alright, which is probably for that, I wanna get maybe one photo. You know, it's not too crazy of a deck. Maybe just straight on looking out to kind of see the view you're getting. Probably not that utility clauses so much. So, yeah, this is going to be a pretty easy shoot. I think I can knock Assad in about an hour, give or take. Here's the kitchen, little small, but we can work with it. And yeah. So that's it. I'm just going to keep shooting. Okay. So I'm hugging the wall right now. Give me the maximum amount of space in my lens. Alright, just my metering because I'm shooting at Windows and I'm getting the sunlight that's coming into Windows. Plus There's a apartment right across in a light, sunlight is hitting that apartment. So you're getting a bright white building right here, so you gotta adjust for it. And I like to kinda shoot six exposure shots just in case so one is a little higher when is a little lower on my meter. And then I can try to combine them all together to get the best dynamic range. Because when you're shooting out of windows, you can have a little bit of a harder time, but it's not impossible. So right now I am shooting directly out into the sun. And I think that's good. I think I can see it pretty good. You'd have my mirroring says 0. I'll go down a little bit. And I'll take another exposure as well. Just in case I also want to make sure that your camera is level horizontally. I still when you're taking a picture, your tripod, you know, you don't want it to be look like this. So on my camera, I actually leave this on. I don't know if you can see that. The wheel to see that day. Alright, yeah. So I leave this on the horizon meter. I don't know. I can't think of a name. To let me know. Someone says green. I know it's a OK and good to go. So you can always know how you cameras tilt it so you don't mess up photos and have them, you know, you never know. So I'd just like to have a lot of safety nets to fall on so I don't mess up people's stuff shot to make it look really good for a realtor. They can always bring you back to say, hey, I like that guy's stuff. Let me use them again. So that's what you want, is clients to want to use you again, a great way to get more referrals, more work, and continue to just get more properties and improve yourself. So yeah, I hope this is helping you. 12. Bonus Part 3: The Third Floor: Now the trees are swaying. A little soda, HDR might have a little bit of a blur. But usually it doesn't because the shutter speed is so high that you don't really have to worry about that. And if it is, it's very smaller minute or you can just use one photo for the most part because it's not inside outside photo where you have sun beaming in. It's trying to show the outside AND inside perfectly lit. So if you're shooting outside, usually if you can get away with just one photo, just at a really good exposure. Now there we go. Air conditioner off. So as I was saying, we're going to get this shot real quick. Looking out tree this way, but that's good. That's all good, fine. And dandy, we can use one photo or all three because we're shooting so fast with the shutter speed. It's not that big to really show off what you've definitely show off the view of what you're saying. I see. How does that look? Good, experimental and shoot. Kind of back here out the window. I might not even uses, but the great thing about real estate, T2 can get experimental. You know, shoot some shots that you think my work, they might work, some thompson They might not work. So just get creative and also stay with the Schottky nor gonna work. Don't get too crazy with it. Alright, so we're going to go to the next Florida's is going really fast. Alright, so I'm at the crossroads again. I came up your earlier, not knowing how I feel about this. I'm still not knowing how I feel about this. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to take the picture with the curtains on. Alright. So let me get another one straight on. Alright, so I had a great, looks like the house is not even where we got a poltergeist in here. So the door doesn't want to stay open. Opened the door up, and it decides to close itself. So and it looks like their foundation is not level. So what I'm going to have to do is figure out a way how to properly this open. And luckily, I got my phone. Yes. So what I'm gonna do stick it under the door. Yeah. Use it as a doorstop. Voila, what do you know? The door stays open now. And where does it get a nice shot of this closets. See what that looks like. Already. Close a toilet on that. See how it looks. It doesn't look too bad. I'm gonna make sure I get my phone. And they kinda just like to have a go down just a little bit to kind of be just a little over the top of the sinks, not too high, but just right above it. And get the metering as 0. Everything is exposed correctly according to the camera. And I'm going to trust that and go go forward. Then I might just angle it a little bit more so instead of a straight on shot into foreground as well. So I think one sink and the last shot and I got both. Let me see. I'll just get another one. Closer shot of the shower. And never know it might want to use that. Probably won't, but rather have it and not need it and leave it and not have it. Especially if the real answer export in the notes, you definitely want to feature it. And a feature is when you want to kind of get it closer to something that you're just you're focusing on something specific to what they want, whether it be a fireplace, whether it be a bathroom where there'd be a tub and a bathroom, whether it be a garden, whether it be, you know, a nice view from the deck. Now in notes, she said a street. So we've got to figure out what that means. They want because this is an apartment or a condo complex. And a street just looks like a street. They don't really see anything that's gonna stand now maybe when I go outside, oh, actually see it. Well, right now I'm kind of scratching my head. So I'm going to get a shot going this way as well. And that looks nice, nice, long bathroom you can actually see. So I'll just move this out the way. Some Cohen back in here. So I was kinda like, I don't know I feel about that. So what I'm gonna do is I'm actually going to take these off, right? It's always going to take this off. And this can come down diagonally. Ha, come on, ha, come along and write my thing. It'll be even more. Let me try this way. I think it's this way. Oh, no, dang it. Yes. Haha. And it only took a 100 thousand tryst. Alright, so now I got it without the curtains on it. We're going to see how that looks. So we have both versions and let's go for it. And just very much liked to make sure my focus is good. I know I talk about it a lot, but definitely just don't want to be in a situation. When you left the house, you think you've got to go home and you realize that it was not in-focus and into Realtors, ID got another shot. This one looks out of focus and you're like, oh, we'd SD only when I have not a good look. And on a good look at it all. Always have more when you can. Alright, I think I got everything I need. So I'm gonna put the curtains back up and go to the next rooms. Have another small bathroom here. So what I did is I pulled my camera down because the mirror is right there. So I'll write out of shattered the mirror. And then when I take the shot and once I get my meter politically right, right now I'm just gonna come up a little bit more. If I can get a little bit more in there and get some of that back tos will wanted to get the light fixtures on this above the mirror first. So now I'm getting the bathtub in there as well. And I'm just gonna get a nice shot of the BAFTA right here. 13. Bonus Part 4: The Video Portion: Ok, it's almost sad right now. On this one is a little smaller than the single-family home. So as you can see right now, my shot is setup. Just looking at the door right there. So you can see that. And framing out the other one right there. So we're going to focus on this one. And I'm going to try to get another shot and the other side. So for now, let me just get this. All right. So I just finished the outside. Now I'm coming back inside and I'm going to do all the video now. So I'm going to get started on that. And let's go. Alright, so like I said, I decided to do the garage just in case I'm in here right now. It looks pretty well, Leno, my phone, but it is actually very dark on my camera. So what I'm gonna do is I have it set all the way to one for the metering sets as good. I don't know if you sealed that. What the heck? Okay. So the metering says is good. What I'm gonna do is I'm gonna take it off continuous bracketing am taken on the self timer because it seems tenuous bracketing. Sometimes when you're clicking a button, you might move it just a little bit. So much light is coming into camera at such a rate that if you just do a little bit of a waiver, what's going to shake the camera? You're gonna get some motion blur and, and that's going to make it look a little weird out of focus and not pleasant set of photos. So what I'm gonna do is just take one photo, not three, Just one on a set timer. So my hand is not going to be touching the camera once it takes to photo. So noted that motion blur. None of me accidentally clicking and shaking the camera is going to happen. So let's go for it now. All right, and it looks really good. So I'm going to take a it's almost like another one for a backup. Alright, and I think we should be good on s. So right now as you can see, I had been on a steady cam and I'm gonna kinda just show to my settings. So right now I have been on video mode. Sometimes I forget to do that, so I just want to make sure right balance. I have it on for 4500. And that's looking pretty good to me. It looks like it's matching pretty nicely. Creative style standards still. I don't really think I need to change. Anything really. Fitting is still set to same. And 30 frames per second, you can use 60 frames per second if you want. I just keep it on 30 because that's pretty much standard for me. 60 will give you a lot of you. If you want to slow down your shots and get a nice slow movement, 30 just works for what I'm doing in that. Wanna get more fancy, Would it? I'll definitely go to 60. Okay, everything is pretty much set already. So I'm going to get into it and get started. All right. So I'm on the middle floor right now. Just setting up for shots. Right. So. Different kind of shots I usually do is ok. So I'm hugging the corner right now. I'm in a corner and I'd just like to do a nice panning motion like that. You know, you can see it across. Now go back usually. Then I also like to get decide and just do a slow relaxing effect as I go as I go sliding across. So see me. And I usually do a dolly in, you know, go all the way in and do the same over here. Because kinda, you know, Dolly forward. It's like so. And of course I'll get in the middle of the room like so. Just kinda do the same thing. And I'd like to also get like a crane shot where I keep the hammer high, keep the camera. Hi, and I go all the way down and do the same thing again, but I'll kind of looked down and is slowly kind of tilted back up as I go down and vice versa. Um, I think I already said I kinda hub the walls as I go was well, and now kind of parallax at the same time as I go. And it's just giving lots of dimension in different shots that you can add. Especially if you're shooting in a smaller space where you kinda have to do a lot more Shasta kind of show off what you have here. My also, what I'd like to do is if there's like an obstacle in front of me and ammonia facade of the obstacle. I like to kind of hear shot to show this space as I can. So I would like to kind of go over the obstacle. I don't know why I like doing that, but it just kinda cool because they're like, whoa, did he go through how did he go do that? So yeah, that's another thing I like to do. And if you're featuring stuff like a stover, a sink, if it's really nice, you can kinda just do the same thing where you kind of do a sliding shot across as you parallax your camera and go up and down, you just don't wanna kinda just sit there, say there's a stove, you know, so you can get creative with it. And that's all I gotta say. Alright, so i'm going up the stairs and like last time, I'm going to just show myself going up the stairs, especially here because a lot of it looks the same, but I like to go show me going up the stairs so they get prepared for what's coming next and they know where they are in space, that they know a just a second floor going to third floor or you're going from the first floor to the second floor. So I just like to do that just to make everything more understandable. So no-one's getting confused at all. They can just stay in the moment and washed a house. So yes, another quick tip already. So we have another bath from edX is very small and I have to kind of maneuver my way in. So I'm just going to kind of show you a little bit at that. And let's go. Wu Di Liao and was able to kind of get in, do a dolly in motion. Kinda Dolly back out, come over here, panning shot across the room, you know, kinda of a parallax and shot as well as I do a sliding motion and turn my camera at the same time. And then also kind of a crane shot. So that's kinda how you have to shoot these. He's very enclosed areas, so you gotta get a little creative with it, but it's not impossible. And let's consider an excellent. All right, so for the most part I'm pretty much done. What I'm gonna do now is make sure I turn off all the lights and the lights on and here, sir, closet here, not the non dare. Always turn off the lights when you leave because it just makes it looked like you care. When you turn off the lights for a realtor and they don't come back until the next time they come into lights had been on that whole time. And, you know, meals costs money. So turned all the lights off in here, put the curtains backup, and they're going to turn the lights off here and just do that throughout the whole house. And she could to go alright. Next time. Alright. So I just got done talking to the realtor and the street shot intelligible earlier, I just found out what it meant. Just make kind of getting the parking lot showing people what it is out front seat parking situation and just, you know, the beauty of the street in the neighborhood as in general. So I'm gonna do that right now, and that should be the end of this session. So I hope you learned something, Have a good day and go up shoot.