Here is a collection of some of my favorite Luxury Video Tours (and Lifestyle Videos) in Boulder (and area). 531 Hawthorn, Boulder – by Meghan Bach from David Besnette on Vimeo. 6590 Lakeview Dr, Boulder – by Meghan Bach from David Besnette on Vimeo.
A holiday video I did for Orchard Glen HOA in Erie, Colorado. This includes timelapse, holiday lights, hot cocoa stand, holiday treasure hunt, and AERIAL timelapse with a DJI Mavic Pro. By http://www.howwouldyoushootit.com/
Here is an example of a Real Estate Lifestyle Luxury Video. This one used ‘actors’ and lots of on-location shots around Boulder, Colorado. 531 Hawthorn, Boulder – by Meghan Bach from David Besnette on Vimeo.
This is a listing by Deborah Fowler, and is absolutely spectacular. I pulled out all of the stops on the Video, Drone and Photos. This one has a cool, really long run-up to the property with the drone. 9757 Niwot Road, Niwot, Colorado from David Besnette on Vimeo. Photo Album:
I have passed my FAA Testing to be officially FAA Certified to fly a drone for commercial work. Using a certified pilot is important, as it is against the law to fly a drone for commercial use unless you are certified under the FAA’s Part 107 regulations. There are many airports and different classes of airspace in the Denver metro area, and some places need ATC authorization to fly, and only a certified drone pilot can request authorization in those areas. I service Denver, Erie, Longmont, Boulder and beyond! Example with Drone Video: I look forward to working with you!
Video and Photo tour of 1013 Berea, Boulder, Colorado presented by Brett Sawyer of Colorado Landmark Properties. 303-517-4147 http://www.coloradolandmark.com/agents/BrettSawyer Photos – Album on Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHskUbZgHj or click the photo below to see a slideshow. Video I used an Autel X-Star Premium Drone for the Aerials, and a Steadicam Solo, a Konova Slider and a Canon 5D Mark III and a Canon 5DSR.
I was wondering just how high my Autel Robotics X-Star Premium drone could fly, so I took it off of ‘beginners mode’ this weekend (beginners mode restricts how high it can go, and how far). I took my son down to the park in Erie, Colorado, just off of Briggs Street. It was a typical cloudy, spring day with a little bit of a breeze. I launched the drone straight up from the park, and it just kept going…going…going. I finally stopped, since I was having trouble seeing the drone so high up. Fortunately the drone comes with…