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Filming motorcycle stunters with my DJI Phantom 2

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by rudyr89, Feb 27, 2015.

  1. rudyr89

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    Hey all, I got some video of guys stunting their motorcycles. This was the first time I've tried chasing anything nearly that fast. I flew the p2 in ATTI mode. I learned from my mistakes from the first shoot and can't wait to get back out there again to shoot another video.

    Here's the video I did.

    http://youtu.be/b1g1FwUw1ko
     
  2. Monte55

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    Actually your video was quite good. The music track fit well. The riders have some amazing talent. You get a gold star.
     
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    Awesome video man. Really cool
     
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    great video, I enjoyed it. I ride a big touring bike but have an appreciation for those riders.
     
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    I really liked the video. I thought it was very well shot. You kept good angle on the subject while they were moving which is difficult.
     
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    hey - great video. Like the way you had some non phantom shots in there too. I know this is a Phantom forum but I think the vid would have been that little bit better if you had mixed up the aerial and ground shots a bit.

    Either way, great filming of tricky subjects.... and great riders too.
     
  8. rudyr89

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    Thanks man, cool vid as well! I sold my supermoto and ride a 06 Yamaha Warrior now. The fiancé finds it more comfy lol.

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    Thanks, I can't wait to get out there and try again.

    I had the same idea but I didn't get enough ground shots to mix it up a bit. I needed more ground/aerial shots of specific riders in order to mix it up. When I get out there next time I'll have it planned out better.