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Golf course video

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

  1. Huskerfan

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    What do you guys think of this video?

    I'm going to pitch the local golf courses.

    I think it's a little too light since it was getting dark when I filmed it and I lightened up the aperture.
    Drone was Too high? too low? too fast? too slow? You don't like my voice? haha

     
  2. Bobn

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    pans were a little jerky but other than that and being a little light its nice
     
  3. Huskerfan

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    haha, ya, Still getting use to the sticks. Thanks for commenting.
     
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    Agree the pans to be smooth. Did you use a filter? Looks like a pretty bright day
     
  5. Huskerfan

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    On the contrary is was getting dark so I opened up the aperture to make the camera appear brighter. I'll have to play around with the camera controls to get the best looking picture I think.
     
  6. xave

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    Histogram will help to dial in that perfect settings. Otherwise great job
     
  7. 43k

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    Was that shot in log mode, and did you use a lower resolution mode?
    It looks a bit washed out and blurry. Did you post process it some how?
     
  8. vgt

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    Too light, pans too jerky, and too slow. Quite a long video for a single hole.


    Depends also on what the course wants. Some might want a video like that, others might just want something that shows off the course like this:



     
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    Great idea. You need to bring it into Adobe Premiere and add more contrast and saturation. You can also warp stabilize the panning action.
     
  10. Huskerfan

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    Ok, my next effort was much better! Shorter, peppier music, and fade ins and outs. I think it's pretty good. You guys say?