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A few X5R stills

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by damoncooper, Jun 8, 2016.

  1. damoncooper

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    Just bumped DNG saturation and sharpness a tad and exported to JPG from Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop.

    Coming from the X3, this thing has gobs of dynamic range.

    Used a PolarPro ND16 CPL filter and 12mm lens on these, taken on an OSMO.

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  2. DesertWindAero

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    Nice shots...

    I'm jealous!
     
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    Yea nice, wish my x3 did that!;)
     
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    Damon, for stills I would not use an ND filter at all and for balance a UV filter would be recommended. Of course, if you're doing both video and stills during the same flight then a ND filter is needed, but for stills alone shoot with as fast a shutter speed you can with a mid range f/# and low ISO. With an ISO of 100 and an f/# of, say, f/5.6, you should see shutter speeds around 1/1000 second or faster -- should help to limit blur from drone and/or subject motion.

    BTW, that does NOT look like Boston!


    Brian
     
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  5. damoncooper

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    Great point on shutter speed, thanks Brian.

    Yeah it's definitely not Boston :). Rental house 30 min drive south of Cancun
     
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    You got your timing all fouled up -- Cancun is for the middle of winter when you'd otherwise be shoveling 12 inches of snow, not for the beginning of summer...


    Brian
     
  7. damoncooper

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    It's for both:)