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Desert oil tanker PHANTOM 3Pro

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by steve psycho, Aug 13, 2015.

  1. steve psycho

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    Hi everyone this is my first post. I just want to say that I enjoy this sight very much so I wanted to start contributing. This is the first video that I have shot and cut on my own. Any feedback or CC would be much appreciated.

    Thanks
     
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  3. RoyVa

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    Nice! Enjoyed the sunset and scenery. Good smoothie flying.
     
  4. Oesau

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    Thanks for posting it - couple of comments: hard to tell with the terrain, but it does look like the horizon is off (or maybe it's just me?).

    Also what resolution did you shoot it at (1080 or 4K)? Only ask as I'm curious at to what frame rate (fps) you went with?
     
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    Looks really nice! What did you use to color grade it?
     
  6. steve psycho

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    I shot this at 1080/60FPS and since I have no editing skills I used the free YouTube editing that's on their website.
     
  7. Oesau

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    OK so the editing tools aren't that bad then are they! (never used them). I only asked as the 60fps gives a very artificial feel of movement when seeing it (it's smooth though - did you use any of the YouTube stabilisation tools).

    Next time try the lower fps or when/if you get some editing tools render at 24fps and you'll see the difference it makes to a more "cinematic" feel.