Real Estate Photos and Video – Bryson City Property SOLD

Aerial photo of home on 50 acre property that sold in Bryson City

This collection of real estate photos and video helped this property sell in just a few weeks. This amazing home sits on nearly 50 acres and includes beams and paneling of wormy chestnut wood harvested from the area.

Client just needed the exterior photos of the property and home, including aerial photos and video, to produce a short marketing clip.

Real Estate Marketing Video

Wormy Chestnut Lodge – Real Estate Marketing Video

Video content was shot using a DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone, DJI Pocket 2, and a Canon EOS-R. The agent intro was a new addition for my projects and turned out great, even with just the DJI Pocket capturing the audio.

The large tree in front of the main entrance to the home was a bit of a challenge to work around. It was also one of the most impressive trees on the property that also included other large trees and immaculate landscaping.

With the addition of a detached 2-car garage with furnished apartment above it and a barn large enough for horses or a classic car collection, this property really has it all. Ponds, garden areas, and other features made this an easy sale.

Nestled in the shadows of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and at the end of a private road, this homestead has been meticulously maintained, providing a private getaway or forever home to those seeking a comfortable and rustic refuge.

These photos and video are part of a standard real estate bundle we offer and can typically be delivered within a day of the shoot. Property visits can be done with or without an agent present and the deliverables can be customized to meet your needs.

For more information on pricing, availability, and other services we offer, please contact us to discuss.

Published by Chris Tranchina

Photographer/Videographer, FAA Part 107 Certified Drone Pilot, and Digital Media Professional. My primary focus is capturing landscapes, waterfalls, and points of interest in nature. Its an exciting transition from photographing stills of some amazing sites to capturing their dynamic movement and context in the world.

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