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Waters of Pitlochry

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Dale Rodgers, Oct 22, 2015.

  1. Dale Rodgers

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    After two weeks of P3P ownership in Scotland:



    Quite happy with the flying but need to get the gimble work smoother/synchronised.

    Need to figure out the exposure settings as well as some bits feel a bit bleached out. Use histogram/ND filters?

    Otherwise quite chuffed.
     
  2. James Connerly

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    One of the best videos that I have watched. Nice use of motion, stills and music. Keep up the good work.
     
  3. ELHEAPO

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    really good work love the stills of the waterfall did you get those with the phantom too or was that done with another camera?
     
  4. Dale Rodgers

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    Stills were done by my wife. Samsung Galaxy camera and a cheapy tripod from Aldi meant for a spirit level.
     
  5. ELHEAPO

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    Ha ha thats excellent wasnt expecting that reply good old aldi
     
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    Nice - I was waiting for some shots of the salmon ladder - pased through there a few years ago.

    If you don't do any colour grading in post production (I don't ) try your settings as vivid colour & put your saturation/contrast to +1 or 2 & the colour will pop out & not be as bleached as you say. Also a filter will do similar on a bright day. Just my 2c
     
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    Great job was a real pleasure to watch.
     
  8. Dale Rodgers

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    Thanks for the comments and tips. Very appreciated.

    Can I just say that its very refreshing to post something on a forum and not be flamed or abused for your efforts! Constructive critiscm is always welcome and useful. Thankyou.