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Florida Fireworks

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Siwulam, Jul 5, 2015.

  1. Siwulam

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    Here is a short video I made of last night.
     
    mad in nc and PB30X like this.
  2. Glen

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    Siwulam lovely work, looked fantastic on my HD TV
    Thank for sharing
    Glen ;-)
     
  3. Brian Martinez

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    Awesome video, what did you use to edit? I had been using iMovie but it compresses and distorts the file when I email it.
     
  4. Kauaigene

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    What kind of film did you use?
    Or should that have been "Shot by an Inspire"
     
  5. Siwulam

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    I used Adobe Premiere to edit. I wouldnt use any other program. Kauaigene thanks for being the smart ass lol.
     
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    I was very nice, one of the best fireworks display I have seen so far!
     
  7. Kauaigene

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    Your welcome ;)
    "Filmed" aside, nice video.
    But I'm wondering why so many of the fireworks videos have no camera movement. Without that type of framing change, ie seeing perspective movement in the surroundings, it looks like a fixed location shot. Even the vertical rise at the beginning adds a lot. Have not had a chance to do this yet and maybe it's more difficult than it seems. Any thoughts?
     
  8. Siwulam

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    Kauaigene I really think its because we want to enjoy the fireworks lol. I just put the drone up in the air and watched the fireworks. Didn't really care for the videography at that time.