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Fireworks Show Utah

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by 00zubi, Sep 11, 2015.

  1. 00zubi

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    I know everyone and their dog posts videos of fireworks show, but thats because they look so cool! (well I personally think so) this video was before the update so the Orbiting was manual, which is pretty difficult considering im a beginner but let me know what you think and ideas for anything related to filming Fireworks

     
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  2. ukman

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    Hi, did you use any special settings on the camera?
     
  3. 00zubi

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    nope no special setting just the original settings
     
  4. ukman

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    Oh OK it looks good!
     
  5. Simonb3526

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    Nice. Tempting to fly through it! Gives me an idea. If you want to go higher than 400 foot take a load of fireworks with you. No light aircraft are going to fly through it.
     
  6. 00zubi

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    thanks for the feedback appreciate it!
     
  7. 00zubi

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    hahahaha thats a pretty great idea lol
     
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    Nice video but I find that many drone flyers tend to make one mistake during their video edit. Try to keep the clips clean and smooth. A lot of times I see people fly in a direction and it looks good, then suddenly they stop and yaw or turn abit to the left or right. And continue flying. Keep movement smooth and straight in a continuous direction, keep clips between 4-7 seconds long, and try to match the beat of the music.

    This will give the video a more polished and professional look.
     
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  9. 00zubi

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    thanks for the advice have been trying to improve my video skills and I will keep that in mind
     
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    Nice video man, you cant beat a good firework display!:rolleyes: