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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by borgqueenx, Apr 14, 2014.

  1. borgqueenx

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    We already have a video section but let's share some nice pictures you took here!
     
  2. mr_3_0_5

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    I'll start with a couple from Castillo de San Marcos
     

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  3. borgqueenx

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    Very nice! Thanks for sharing:)
     
  4. mr_3_0_5

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    Nobody else posting photos?
     
  5. RamDez

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    here you go :)
     

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    Silver Sands, Fife, Scotland
     

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    One of Ravenscraig Castle in Fife
     

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  8. mr_3_0_5

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    Wow beautiful area there thanks for sharing
     
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    All I can say is WOW. You fellas are obviously skilled editors. Would I be stepping out of bounds to have you briefly explain your technique?
     
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    My P2V before the gimbal installation.
     

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  11. mr_3_0_5

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    Mine were straight from pv2
     
  12. RamDez

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    mine are all from the P2V but used the RAW images and worked on them in Photoshop to clean them up :)
     
  13. borgqueenx

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    Wow some of those photos are really amazing.

    Can this topic become a sticky please?
     
  14. Seahorse

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    We already have one for photos...
     
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    Aberdeenshire, early evening.
     

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    Nice shots but most of these pictures are distorted.

    Don't we have a method to make the horizon strait?
     
  17. 2trickpony

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    What do you expect from an un-altered photo straight from a GoPro camera?
     
  18. xenon

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    It's exactly what I expect.

    I am just surprised people are not correcting the picture before posting.

    What exactly does everyone use to fix the fisheye?
     
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    There is a lens correction filter specifically for the FC200 camera in Adobe's RAW/DNG converter.
     

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    That's good news.

    Where exactly can it be found? I have Adobe Photoshop CS6.