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A wedding with the Inspire 1

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Aprosius, Aug 29, 2015.

  1. Aprosius

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    Here is a video of a wedding with my inspire 1

    Hope you like it ;)

     
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  2. B-Scene Films

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    The bride kissing away the drone at the end was a very very nice touch. I think I would've ended the video with that shot. Overall, very nice however, the shadow of the drone is in many many shots. I would have recomposed or shot at a different time of day. You could still roto the shadows out if you are ambitious.
     
  3. Aprosius

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    Thanks for your comments... i had no time to take more shoots..because of the wedding....and at that time that is the only shoots that i could take. I could not repeat any of the shoots XD
     
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    Some nice flying there!
     
  5. m00se

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    I agree totally, that would have made a perfect ending shot.
    there was some pretty neat flying in that video, evidently with the adaptive landing gear turned off.. :)

    I especially liked the part at 1:53 when you fly over the sign and reveal the carriage, I would have made that the first appearance of the carriage in the video.

    Were you filming the guests and tables with the I1? I wouldn't have done that, that was far too close to people for my liking. I wouldn't trust the I1 to be up in peoples faces.

    I have done a few video shoots where you only get one chance to get it right and it cant be repeated. And a couple in very close quarters, but I havent combined them yet, I bet the heart was pumping right?
     
  6. Aprosius

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    Thanks for your comments m00se,

    All the shoots were a little improvised because i had not much time, so i did the best i could....and yes...sometimes the heart was pumping XD
     
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    My only critique about the footage is that I always despise shots where the camera was casting a shadow. It basically tells me a poor framing and it draws your attention away from the subject matter.

    Yes there are times you just can not get around casting a shadow but it is your job as a "magician" not to reveal your secrets. Work on that shadow on post production.

    Aside from that I love the score and the shots and I agree the bride kiss pull back shot should have been the last shot.
     
  8. m00se

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    imagino que hablas espanol no?
    hecho de menos a las bodas espanolas....... hace tiempo que no pruebo la comida de boda :(

    Did you really fly over the tables? and that close to the guests?
     
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    It looks like he was hand holding the I1 for those close up shots.
     
  10. m00se

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    yeh , i looked for any tell tale table cloths blowing in the wind etc.
    I have tried holding the inspire for closeups, if I end up doing any serious closeups, I will get a hero 4 on a handheld gimbal
     
  11. Aprosius

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    Efectivamente hablo español XD

    Las tomas realizadas alrededor de los invitados en el cocktail logicamente las realice con el inspire en mano para que quedaran estabilizadas y sobre todo por seguridad, además aprovechar para grabar ese momento tambien.