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Amazon heavy lift delivery quad came to my house today!
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AVT Marketing is the ONLY Charlotte, NC company taking aerial drone video & photography for our clients, ....for FREE! Call us to find out how! 704-288-5705. ‪#‎drone‬ ‪#‎dronephotography‬ ‪#‎charlotte‬ 
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Aerial Video for Construction Projects! Just finished the 3rd installment for Kelly McArdle Construction of the Kennedy Charter School. This is my favorite so far. Can't wait to do more! 
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So great to have the opportunity to work on Terence Gordon's "For Michelle", a feature film being shot in NC/SC.
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Just another boring day at the office...   #UAS  
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I was recently part of a conversation over on LinkedIn about using aerial video as just "icing on the cake" for real estate video. Personally, I think others overdo it with 2 minutes of fly-overs before you ever see the inside of the home.

Fred Light said wisely, "buyers live in the house and on the ground", and we agreed that in real estate video, you have to show the house.

So here's a video I did recently and I just sprinkled a bit of aerial, a bit of tripod work, a bit of steadicam, a bit of shallow depth of field, and a bit of slider work. (I'm not a big fan of slider shot after slider shot, or videos that try to be so artistic, they don't show the home).  I tried to find the right balance of all of these shooting techniques.  I went heavy on community as the builder emphasized this as one of their important objectives of the video

It's a tad on the long side, but it does focus on 2 homes.  It could have been much shorter if it were just a resale and I had less square footage to show off.  What do you think?  Any constructive criticism is appreciated.
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