Go To Team Elite Camera Crew & Video Production Crew | Go To Team Atlanta Crew | CNBC – Open House

Go To Team Atlanta Crew | CNBC - Open House

Go To Team Atlanta Crew | CNBC – Open House

With Spring comes new beginnings, lots of rain, and also, busy season for buying houses. 

Go To Team Atlanta Crew | CNBC - Open House

However, with competition for housing being so high, January has become the new April when it comes to buying a new home. This sudden change in urgency is due to the severe shortage of homes for sale all across the United States. Shoppers are looking to modify their schedule of buying and the search for a new home is starting earlier and earlier!

Pre-production costs usually include the producer’s fee for taking meetings, hiring crews, casting actors for all sorts of roles, coordinating acts, planning the shooting schedule, booking hotel, meals, and travel, research, and generally planning the development of the project. The operational research should be done with much attention as you don’t want your funds to dry up while in midst of the shoot. Also, keep a space for unanticipated expenses that will definitely come up during the shoot.

To capture this story, CNBC called in Go To Team’s Atlanta DP, Nate Silverman, to cover an open house in Atlanta, Georgia. Nate filmed perspective buyers checking the home out as the housing market is heating up. Following the house tour, Nate interviewed the potential home owners and listened to them talk about why they were interested in buying now. 


To capture the b-roll and the interviews, Nate used a Sony F5 camera with a Fuji MK 18-55 lens. This lens allowed for zooming in and out to easily follow the tour to capture b-roll, and giving wide and tight shots to create sequences in editing. The footage was fed through a LiveU 500, as the shoot needed to air the day after filming and the LiveU allows for footage to quickly get to the editing process. 

Go To Team Atlanta Crew | CNBC - Open House

Thank you to CNBC for allowing Go To Team’s video camera crews to tell this story. We look forward to working with you again in the future.