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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by adanac, Jun 30, 2014.

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    very nice...good steady flying and some real different shots from the normal stuff you see. Thanks for posting it.
     
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    Loved it, great music too.
     
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    Nice.
    What did you use to edit? You could really make some things "pop" if you messed around a bit with the exposure levels and maybe a touch of saturation.
     
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    I use Premiere. I would like to work on some of those things more, I just haven't mastered it yet.

     
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    I'm sure it's pretty simple. Although I installed and loaded Premiere. I got scared and closed it. haha.

    I started with iMovie and went to Final Cut Pro X. The transition was a lot easier since they're a lot alike. Anyway, the adjustments for the stuff I mentioned are pretty basic. Check them out in Premiere (wherever they are), it'll make a huge difference. You'll get some sharp edges, contrast and some great color. Just don't overdo it with the saturation. Then it just looks silly. :D
     
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    Fantastic video...
    What is that structure at 1:45 and where is it? Looks like one of the towers in the video game GTA!?
     
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    Those are from the 1964 World's Fair in Queens, NY.