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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by TonyNI2013, Mar 29, 2016.
Would have loved to been abit more brave flying it though the winds were really really strong!
Great spot. Was there two years ago on photography workshop. Enjoyed seeing it all again!
Its a beautiful spot, really dissapointed at myself not being abit more adventurous with the drone due to the wind
Had the D810 with me but prefered the inages I got with the drone lol
Lovely golden light, made for a very relaxing clip - you wouldn't know it was windy! Great how stable these quads are
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Yes they're amazing. Looking up at it and it was getting blown pretty hard by the wind.
Love using it !
Very nice. I'd be interested to hear about the camera setup and postprocessing.
If I am being honest I barely touched the video out of the drone other than splicing parts of it up. I manually set the white balance to 5700k-6000k
I am only really learning adobe premiere at the moment
I am awaiting my set of filters and hopefully that will improve things
Regarding the camera settings I used D Log with sharpness, saturation and contrast all set to minus 1
Shot at 2.7k 30fps
Landing the drone was tough due to strong gusts of wind, should have caught it!
Looks like you were a little timid about going over the water.....lol
I was, was real strong wind and could hear the quad really fighting hard to maintain its spot.
Really annoyed at not pushing it a bit harder I was just nervous lol. The views up there was epic.
Great footage. And nice edits- all you need do now it work with the contrast & saturation a bit. Do to the strong backlights & flare the contrast is flat- but can be easily improved in Premiere.
Where exactly is this?
Downhill demense, Northern Ireland. Mussenden temple its known as
Lovely place to film
Thanks for the kind comments
I've had a brain fart and can't for the life of me find where I set the return to home minimum altitude. Can anyone help?
I would be more worried about the wind currents around the cliff than getting out over the water. The more you fly, the more confidence you will build.
Great video and I enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing.