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Above Portland - Flying over the Willamette River

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by laselvasurf, Apr 27, 2015.

  1. laselvasurf

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    Here is my latest video shot entirely with the DJI Inspire 1. I spent a few days in Portland last week for a shoot and was able to get away during magic hour to get some flying in. Please watch in 4K if you have a 4K display!

    If you have any questions about how it was shot or edited, feel free to let me know.

     
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    Awesome video! What software did you use for editing?
     
  3. Rafa

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    Awesome!


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    Great Video!! Man I miss living there!
     
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    Really nice. Love the slow rotation around the bridge at 3:00ish. Also wondering about which edit application you used and color correction. Fixed exposure? More info please and well done.
     
  6. laselvasurf

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    Thanks everyone! I used FCPX for editing and color correction. I did not shoot fixed exposure. I locked the WB, but other than that the camera remained on auto.
     
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  8. laselvasurf

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    Thanks! And thanks for the feedback. Some shots are similar, but they all show something very different. I don't usually put together "sizzle reel" aerial videos because I feel like what makes the aerial platform so different is that the shot can continue and go to places that a real copter, or another boat, or jib could never go. That said, I've found that the 3 minute mark for an aerial "beauty reel" kind of video seems to be a good middle mark. As I said, I appreciate the feedback, I do agree that a lot of aerial videos are a bit repetitive and too long.