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  1. rikk08

    One of my favourite places in Iceland - Landmannalagur - Highlands of Iceland in 4K

    One of the most incredible places I've ever visited. Video is also uploaded on Skypixel here for the 5th Annual Contest (appreciate your support 🙏): The world's biggest drone photo and video sharing platform | Landmannalaugar ('People's Pools') - also called Rainbow Mountains is...
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    Glen Coe, Glen Etive and Rannoch Moor

    Glen Coe, Glen Etive and Rannoch Moor - Scotland. Some pretty challenging light to work with but seems to have come out ok. Filmed with Mavic Pro, No profile, +1, 0, 0.
  3. J

    More from the Scottish Highlands

    Second video shot with the amavic Pro in Scottish Highlands in and around Glencoe.
  4. D

    First Big Dump of the Season!

    First snow in the Highlands and a weekend away in the Cairngorms. First day was filmed with Mavic @ 2.7k, Normal, +1,0,0. Second day was too windy so just carried Osmo instead and filmed with same settings. Just made sure to carry battery in pocket to keep warm before flying - no temperature...
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    Durness on the Scottish North Coast 500

    Durness is a village and civil in the north-west Highlands of Scotland. The area is remote and the parish is huge and sparsely populated covering an area from east of Loch Eriboll to Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly point of the Scottish mainland. Durness lies on the popular North Coast 500...
  6. bungrudi

    Highland in Central Java, Indonesia

    Enjoy the greens :)
  7. D

    Me and My Dog

    Me and my dog on an ascent of Sgurr an Lochain in the Scottish Highlands. Sgurr an Lochain is perhaps the finest of the seven Munros (a Scottish mountain over 3000ft) on the south Glen Shiel Ridge. Its fine peaked summit rises above the craggy corrie which holds the lochan giving the mountain...
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    Scotland's last wilderness. Two day hike with camping gear and a drone. Filmed with D-Cinelike (0, 0, 0) but forgot to use manual white balance so had a hard time adjusting colours (we had all four seasons over the weekend so the light was constantly changing). Plenty of low light filming...