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My First Video Compilation

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by beamerbuilder1, Aug 4, 2016.

  1. beamerbuilder1

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    It's still a little rough "around the edges" but I'm getting better at it I think. Tell me what you guys think.

     
  2. whoreable

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    Good smooth shots, I would suggest keeping scenes to about 4~10 seconds max, unless its really action packed. Most people have an attention span the size of a chocolate chip cookie nowadays so if you can cater to that.

    Obviously to get more dramatic shots it generally increases the potential to crash or loose your drone, but if you want a good audience we need to deliver also.

    Not bad for a first movie, not great either. Take what you have learned and try to tell a story with the next one.
     
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  3. beamerbuilder1

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    Still learning. I know I have a tendency to make each scene a little longer than it should be.


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  4. Vichian-Bruno

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    Indeed, not bad at all.
    I would recommend you to reduce the part of sky to a third or even less compared to ground (check the 'rules of thirds'). Will also help you to keep the prop guards off the footage.
     
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  5. beamerbuilder1

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    Thanks for the suggestions guys.


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  6. DronerLee

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    And also think like a videographer (stay out of frame). To many selfies! Other than that keep flying and plugging away.

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