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Like most TV viewers, you’ve probably seen an episode or two (or 20) of their hit show “House Hunters”. If so, you’ve probably wondered about how real it is and maybe a bit about what actually goes on behind-the-scenes. On the show, we see all of the excitement of seeing the homes that the potential buyers can choose from and they look so much better with those special camera angles and professional cinematography tricks that consummate professionals in the field are known for. What we don’t see are the long tedious hours both in front of and behind the camera. Just like in major motion pictures, every scene can require take after take after take and a whole lot of hurry-up-and-wait.
One realtor who was featured on an episode of “House Hunters” opened up and talked to Guide Live about all of this. Her name is Leslie Remy and she owns a McKinney, TX, real estate company called Astra Realty. Prior to taping the episode, she wrongly assumed that the biggest challenge would be locating that perfect home for suiting the many needs of her buyer. Not that this wasn’t challenging but something else was a bigger deal, according to Leslie. It was her wardrobe. Who knew?
Starters - Leslie - Necklace - Interference - Microphone
For starters, Leslie says that she wasn’t allowed to wear a necklace because of interference with the microphone. If you’ve noticed that nobody on “House Hunters” or other HGTV shows is wearing any jewelry, well, that’s why. Crisp clear sound is a must-have even on a cable show like this one. That’s why everybody does their best to make it as easy as possible for the sound crew and later the sound mixer to do their jobs effectively.
It wasn’t just jewelry that was a no-no either. HGTV has some pretty stringent guidelines regarding what folks...
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