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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Creek.Jumper, Nov 4, 2014.

  1. Creek.Jumper

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  2. Lithium12.6

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    Pretty good.
    You did what the subject was showing the tree from different angles, where people could not see it before.

    Has educational value too, did not know the Maple tree can live for that long time.
     
  3. EBOLA Popsicle

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    Yes, simple, as in very boring.

    Ouch.
     
  4. Creek.Jumper

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    Wow, Thanks for the great input!
     
  5. Creek.Jumper

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    Thanks for the input.
     
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    I actually really liked the intro, did you do that yourself? Your aerial is pretty good!
     
  7. Creek.Jumper

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    Thanks Aggies. Nah I didnt do the intro...got it online
     
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    Good job,Interesting fact too :) ,if it was mine I might have sped it up just a fraction though..
     
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    You can use a program like adobe premier and probably others to easily cut out any visible props from your video if you wanted. That's what I use. I also use it to speed up my video so it looks like I'm flying faster.
    I try to remember to not face the sun when I can to avoid the effects of props facing the sun though it's not always possible. Flying backwards can help.
    You might want to cut the length of the video down when it's the same subject. All the different angles and the light coming through was nice. I did a video flying into the late afternoon sun where light was peaking over the edge of a cliff that gave a nice effect. Hope to see more of your videos.