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Exploring some of Alberta's Badlands

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by badbeerbreath, Sep 28, 2015.

  1. badbeerbreath

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    Sorry, no music and a little rough around the edges still, but probably my least worst video yet!

    Fall in Alberta Badlands.

     
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  2. unclejas

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    Interesting landscapes. To alleviate props in the frame I tilt the camera a little downward and use increasing throttle slowly. Happens to me often. I also try to shorten the clip as a 15 minute video is hard to sit through. I try to cut the parts out where I'm just parked (unless there is some interesting activity there). Keep flying and posting though. I love seeing other parts of the world from these flying tripods.
     
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  3. badbeerbreath

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    Thanks for the tips. I seem to get prop shots when it's quite windy, which it is 75% of the time here. Other than that, the phantom handles wind very well.
     
  4. badbeerbreath

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    Here's some still shot's of the same area. **** horizon tilt keeps creeping in.
     

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