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Aerial Shots versus 3D Virtual Tours
The revolution of photography has been greatly
changed due to GoPro and Drones. Historically, you
could contract an aerial photographer to capture
footage of your home or business somewhere in the
ballpark of 20K and up. Today with the use of an
action camera and a drone helicopter you can pay a
fraction of the cost and get close to the same results.
With 3D Imagery these aerial shots are taken with a
whole new twist. Let’s dig a bit deeper.
The cost of using a camera typically mounted inside of an aircraft
or hand held by a photographer who’s tethered inside the aircraft
was dictated by the risk. Nothing can go wrong during these
flights. Reason being is one piece of paper, debris, a camera strap
etc., could cost the pilot and the photographer their lives. This
factored into the cost of getting the footage for you to use. Now
with GoPro’s costing around $300 and drones around 1K, the cost
is much less. The budget for these types of projects are also less
because there’s less human risk involved.
With today’s 3D and 4D cameras the footage is
outstanding and created with large pixel ratios that
allow the footage to be manipulated during editing.
Since aerial photography is oftentimes a highly
requested element for 3D imagery, you can expect
the following things to be more beneficial than just
using a GoPro with a Drone.
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Recently, I was viewing a luxury property where the
photography company utilized a drone and a Canon
5D. While I’m not exactly sure why they didn’t fix
this during post production, you couldn’t help but
notice the flutter from the drone copter’s propellers.
This movement not only made the production look
cheap, it was distracting. I couldn’t help but notice
something moving in the frame that was out of place,
leading me to watch this mistake and not looking at
the most important part, the property itself.
With 3D Tours, you can create an open or laser targeted approach to your properties.
When the shot is flying from above the property, the image can be seen as if the roof
was removed completely. This gives a much cleaner image without the distractions.
When a drone is flying from outside of a property and panning in toward the home, it’s
important that there’s enough footage captured to thread the best shots frame to
frame. Many times you can see shadows on the walls of the device, reflections in
mirrors and windows are obtrusive and it’s just not edited properly.