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Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by airdrone, Jul 26, 2015.
Very nice. Great color.
Too bad the detail in the falling water is completely washed out by overexposure
Yes agreed.One thing I've learned over the years that you better have a "dark picture" and lighten up things a bit than having an overexposed picture.That's why I always use the histogram.It's a great tool.
Otherwise it would have been a good video Airdrone.
Great colors, great shots. I would like to see the jerky gimbal adjustments edited out because they tend to distract from the immersive experience. The slower and more elegant the adjustments the better. Nice job though, don't let my critique discourage you!
How did you arrive at that setting? It obviously didn't work.
I realize it was in manual mode. The question is how did you determine to use those settings? Did you take a light reading? If so, from what, with what? What was used to determine those particular settings?
how exactly do you edit it out?
I am a noob to video editing
What he means is discard the shots that aren't good enough.
use final cut pro. easy to use
not so easy to afford to buy
Nice video , could be a little slower with some of the turns , but overall very nice