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PostSubject: 3 Tips For Pro Cinematic Drone Shots   Fri Mar 03, 2017 10:27 am




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PostSubject: Re: 3 Tips For Pro Cinematic Drone Shots   Fri Mar 03, 2017 1:06 pm

He forgot to mention how important it is to shoot the video in RAW format to end up with a professional looking endresult.
With RAW format you can bring back those dark areas when filming against the sun. And light up dark scenes as if the sun was shining.
Can really accomplish amazing results with RAW in post production.



I've thought about getting a Dji Phantom, but can't really fly it high here in the area. Too much lowflying helicopters, and I'd have to travel around to find interesting spots to film. Can't be filming the same spot over and over, like with a racequad. If I had a better car maybe I would buy one, but mine is too slow for driving long distances. Still having doubts cause you can also make very nice and steady low flying shots with a drone. Wish those Phantoms weren't so expensive. Rolling Eyes

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