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$50M Mansion

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by bdojcinovski, Sep 22, 2014.

  1. bdojcinovski

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    Made this video of a gorgeous house few days ago. I used Phantom 2 with Zenmuse H3-2D + GoPro Hero3+ Black.
    All comments appreciated!

    https://vimeo.com/106770833
     
  2. shadowband

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    Amazing... (Both the mansion and the video). Great shots and editing - I really like the shot of the sun through the windows.
     
  3. Khudson7

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    GREAT flying and professional editing....WELL DONE!!! (Hopefully that job more than paid for your equipment, maybe even gave you that car... :) ;) )
     
  4. chapsrlz

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    i hate beig poor...

    nice video and editting, specially if it was shot with the h2-2d
     
  5. FASTFJR

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    Very nice, but that 23 seconds your fade to black is too long
     
  6. mcopete

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    Now that's a house! Great job on capturing its magnificence.
     
  7. beeline

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    Really liked it. A lot. Awesome cinematography! Like shadowband said, the sun through the windows shot was amazing. Great use of the car as motivation, too.

    The only thing I would have done differently is not edit on almost every beat. Too predictable. Besides, some of those shots needed to linger a bit longer, and some you could have done without. Editing on beats within shots was a little overdone as well. But that's just me. Just giving you my honest opinion and not meant to be negative in the least.

    Bravo!
     
  8. DrTelemark

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    The place felt a little cramped, maybe just small is a better word.
    Nice video work though.
     
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    Outstanding, really love that, great effort. What editing software did you use? Cheers Mark
     
  10. Davekyn

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    Spectacular - from my perspective there is nothing to fault whatsoever!

    Thanks for the awesome ride - much appreciated.
     
  11. aljames

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    That's just spectacular! hats off to you for this work. What camera settings did you use if you don't mind me asking?
     
  12. Dyzma1

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    wow! super!
     
  13. jmcu

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    Your video is awesome. Great job.

    my observations
    - prop wash scene at 1:17 top right, I would of left out.
    - hard not to get the phantom shadow in scene unless the time of day is different
    - most people can't watch a video over 2-3 mins.

    With that said .. I would say this video is almost professional looking.
    way better than I could do..
    What did you shoot the inside shots with ?

    Top notch
     
  14. kydan

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    He/she for the inside shots on some could have used the phantom itself--just dont turn the motors on. Plug the battery in, walk around, and BAM you have a video with gimbal balancing!
     
  15. bdojcinovski

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    Thanks for the observations.
    The indoor shots are done with DSLR and Merlin Steadicam
     
  16. bdojcinovski

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    Thank you!! I used 1080p 60fps M , No pro tune , no spot metering . Fixed fisheye using goprostudio
     
  17. shaunlaf

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    Well done man. Did you have any filter on the GoPro? If so what? Thanks!