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Maine Coast

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by damoncooper, Sep 8, 2014.

  1. damoncooper

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    http://vimeo.com/105542012

    I realized too late I had a rubber gimbal ball loose, hence the right tilt :).

    Just a quick edit job, but thought I'd share.

    P2 non-vision, H3-3D, GoPro 3+ Black, PolarPro ND filter
     
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    Wonderful clear sharp images. Really top notch. Makes me want to live there!
     
  3. damoncooper

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    Thanks very much! It's definitely ruggedly beautiful.
     
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    For anyone curious, post-production was my first in Adobe Premiere Pro (CC 2014 edition), migrating up from iMovie I've used in past movies.

    Sequenced in 24fps using 60fps footage for smooth slowdowns, fast color corrector, GoPro 3+ Black 1080p lens correction, and warp stabilizer for good measure.
     
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    I spent some more time editing and updated the video. I'm much happier with it now with the exception of the 1.5degree right gimbal tilt. I just figured out how to fix that in Premiere Pro.

    Enjoy. Feedback welcome:

    https://vimeo.com/105542012
     
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    Video got "liked" by DJI and the Maine Office of Tourism. Cool.