Using my experience in producing, capturing and editing still and video-based content for linear and VR applications, I’ve been able to provide a highly technical and creative approach in capturing architectural-based imagery.
As presentation is becoming more and more important to viewers, it is important to stand out and create something beautiful and meaningful, especially when showcasing properties online – with the aim of exceeding your buyer’s aspirations.
With in-house kit I’m able to shoot 8K large-format video which, in addition to providing extra high colour accuracy and dynamic range for glazing-heavy buildings, also adds the benefit of being able to pull very-detailed stills for online usage.
To show the movement of light and shadows within a building, I can set up motorized sliders to timelapse a room over the course of multiple hours or days, or shoot a more technical hyperlapse when a large area needs to be travelled.
As part of the beta-testing team for Kolor’s Autopano range of software (now owned by GoPro), I have put 360 cameras through very difficult filming scenarios – including a 3rd person body mount whilst climbing, and in capturing high-resolution VR content of windfarms from 100’s of feet up. This knowledge has enabled me to very efficiently capture and process 360-based content for interiors and exteriors, in areas of little or busy footfalls, without stitching errors.
Being able to produce a shoot from start to finish, all in house, allows for a very time and cost efficient approach with minimal time spent arranging kit rentals or troubleshooting.
See below for a gallery of video stills and case studies from some of my more technical projects.