Our friends at Remark Visions have created thousands of real estate videos for home, estate, and town tours; but this latest one proved to be unforgettable. Lead Photographer, Mike D’Amore, helped plan the production for the aerial portion, featuring drone videography of the home owner’s seaplane. Yes, you heard that right. This clip is a drone chasing an airplane, in a good way!
Through experienced piloting, approval, and some extra creativity, the Remark team filmed some stunning clips of this Duxbury, Massachusetts home. The property will be listed by Liz Bone, a leading agent in Massachussetts (and a loyal KoaWare customer!), and this video is a testament to going the extra mile in marketing.
Yesterday, Mike told us the process of creation – “The idea first came up when I met with Liz before the day of the shoot. I had known the homeowners had the sea plane so I figured I would throw the idea out there. I really wanted to make a unique video incorporating it in the intro. We got the okay from Sonny and it took off from there. Monday evening was a surreal experience. Never would I have imagined to be apart of a shoot so remarkable. It was like no other shoot I had been apart of. To top it off, Sonny took me for a sunset ride over Duxbury Bay and the ocean. I will never forget that shoot.”
“Watch our videographer go up for a spin with our latest client. Why commute on the road when you can commute by air from our soon to be listed direct pond front home!” Courtesy of Liz Bone’s Facebook page. Check back in when this beauty is listed!
While most of us don’t have sea planes hanging in our back yards, it’s not an excuse to stay inside the box. Remember, you’re telling a story. Find what’s special, and get creative!
(Photos courtesy of Remark Visions & Liz Bone Real Estate.)
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