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First real job with Inspire... Thoughts?

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by gruvpix, Apr 13, 2015.

  1. gruvpix

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    Could have done some things differently/better (as always) but take a look and let me know what you think.

     
  2. Jenn348

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    Pretty good. I really liked the speed changes.
     
  3. DaBone

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    Nice, it´s not easy when everything is white..
     
  4. gruvpix

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    Thanks. Yep that's Alberta in the winter, white and brown the two best colours to shoot :rolleyes:
     
  5. Eve Haugen

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    AWESOME! (y)
     
  6. The Editor

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    And focus pulls on the Inspire as well.....now that IS good! :p

    Good job.
     
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  7. gruvpix

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    Haha thanks. Ground camera was C100 mk2 :)
     
  8. Paul K

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    Actually to do landscape with snow is easier to shoot ( you get more balanced exposure ) than ,let say spring landscape where ground/foreground is dark and the sky is light. If you include to much sky the ground gets to dark ,but with the snow on the ground ,your 18% grey is more friendly.
     
  9. DaBone

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    Yes, but if you want to present an object / building in a good way, it can be difficult.
    Especially if the building is white, as in this case .. ;)
     
  10. Paul K

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    You might be right if there was a fresh snow on the ground surrounding entire building ,but as you see there is a lots of dark patterns ,like vehicle tracks etc. and that separates the building from the ground. It is nice soft looking image.
     
  11. koavog

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    Very nice! Flying into/from a building isn't easy. Two pilot operation?...How was flying inside the building? Did the Inspire perform well?
     
  12. damoncooper

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    That handheld gimbal would come in handy here
     
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  13. gruvpix

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    Performed ok inside on atti. The optical stabilization is pretty much useless above 5 ft, but if you are slow with movements it is pretty easy to control. I'll just quick tap a left or right and while it is drifting I'll do a gimbal tilt, found this is a pretty good technique for flying indoors.
    It was just me on the controls. Still haven't received our second remote yet :mad:
     
  14. Addrone Sweden

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    Nice work! :D
    Liked the speed changes when you took a 360 pan around the building! (Y)