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Killer Property Video!!

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by PVD aerial, May 21, 2014.

  1. PVD aerial

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  2. b1nuzz

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    I don't see the video (using tapatalk)


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  3. Doono

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    Really good :)
     
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    Nice work but if I'm honest you lost me at 1:26 mark. I loved the sweeping pan across the front of the house.
     
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    Looks very impressive!

    A
     
  7. Ozzyguy

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    Not trying to be negative dont get me wrong. I think many of those shots could have benefitted from static video or even stills at the height you were at. Include a mix of both I mean its nice to have the aerial option but personally i wouldn't rely solely on it.
    Just my 2 cents.
     
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    Not too shabby.

    Seems a little long and a few repeat shots. Some parts seemed a little choppy (the panning up, of the house) stands out... did you reduce the playback speed and were you shooting at 30fps?

    Curious about your company, specifically about the business and legal aspect of it. We can probably use a different thread for that if there already isn't one.

    Also, that house/property looks nice as hell. I'd live there :D
     
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    Looks good. If time permits, I would reshoot in 2 or 3 weeks when the trees are greened in. Has a little "Adams Family" look about it.
     
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    Your work to link the music with the video editing was worth the effort!
     
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    You have some work ahead of you. How long did it take you to shoot and edit?
     
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    blades in the shot.... :shock:
     
  13. PVD aerial

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    Thanks Fastfj.

    I shot it in 3 batteries, so about 40minutes of footage. I was at the house for 1 hours. I edited for about 6-8hrs. I am sure I will get faster but I was learning a lot about Final Cut Pro while editing.