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YoumiTrip - My phantom in the Gobi desert

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by youmdingding, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. youmdingding

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    Still part of my trip in Mongolia, I took my phantom in the Gobi desert. Another gem of Mongolia.

    http://youtu.be/742cges1oGI


    Hope you enjoy it :)
     
  2. oscar19

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    Excellent footage. Your "hugging the earth" on those mountain shots were fantastic and daring. And wild camels too boot!

    Good job.
     
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    nice one. Were you controlling the flying from inside one of those vans during the following the vehicle sequence?
     
  4. youmdingding

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    Thanks! Yes I was inside the van during the following sequence :)
     
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    cool man it looked like you guys were having fun.
     
  6. youmdingding

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    Yes we did have a lot of fun. I highly recommend the Gobi desert if you get a chance to go to Mongolia.
     
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    very nice. music was inspirational too.
    care to share your camera settings to help the newcomers?
     
  8. youmdingding

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    Not at all. I shoot with a gopro hero 4 in 4k @30fps. Protune Off. I then crop to 2.7k in Premiere Pro CS6 to get rid of the propellers.
     
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    is this how you get the really flat horizons?

    great footage by the way!!
     
  10. youmdingding

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    No, I just don't tilt the gopro too much. When the gopro is facing straight, the horizon is flat. I tilt it a little bit to get less propellers in the footage. Hope this helps.
    And thanks! :)