Welcome Mavic Pilot!
Jump in and join our free DJI Mavic community today!
Sign up

DJI Mavic Videos

Joined
Jan 3, 2018
Messages
15
Likes
10
Age
28
#1
Hey guys I want your feedback and constructive critisism on my latest youtube video. I would like to know what else I can do to improve my video. Thanks!
Here is my video
 

Robert Mitchell

Well-Known Member
Joined
Oct 27, 2016
Messages
1,267
Likes
981
Age
62
#2
Hey guys I want your feedback and constructive critisism on my latest youtube video. I would like to know what else I can do to improve my video. Thanks!
Here is my video
Not bad my friend! You seem to have the fundamentals down pat.

Just make sure you're not getting directly over that traffic, as things can go south quickly when your disabled Mavic goes into a car windshield.

What ISO are you shooting at, as the noise is not noticable from here?
 
Joined
Jan 3, 2018
Messages
15
Likes
10
Age
28
#3
Not bad my friend! You seem to have the fundamentals down pat.

Just make sure you're not getting directly over that traffic, as things can go south quickly when your disabled Mavic goes into a car windshield.

What ISO are you shooting at, as the noise is not noticable from here?
yeah I really wanted a highway shot, noted for future flying not to go over traffic! Not sure what ISO I was shooting at, It was really low though for the sunrise shot. It was the first time shooting manual so I've been improving with the ISO and shutter since then.
 

Robert Mitchell

Well-Known Member
Joined
Oct 27, 2016
Messages
1,267
Likes
981
Age
62
#4
yeah I really wanted a highway shot, noted for future flying not to go over traffic! Not sure what ISO I was shooting at, It was really low though for the sunrise shot. It was the first time shooting manual so I've been improving with the ISO and shutter since then.
Yep, for recreational flights it's not a law, (although it is for commercial flights) but good practice nevertheless, just to keep off to the side somewhat. Then you'll be safe if you lose a motor or something.

You're off to a great start. Keep up the good work!
 
Joined
Jan 3, 2018
Messages
15
Likes
10
Age
28
#5
Yep, for recreational flights it's not a law, (although it is for commercial flights) but good practice nevertheless, just to keep off to the side somewhat. Then you'll be safe if you lose a motor or something.

You're off to a great start. Keep up the good work!
Thank you!
 

New Threads

Forum statistics

Threads
47,300
Messages
553,015
Members
69,972
Latest member
Fly king