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Falls of Clyde in Scotland taken yesterday.

Bunraku

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Hi Guy

Not flown much this year compared to last as i'm running out of places and the weathers been mostly lousy.
Yesterday was really nice for a change so took a chance.

Try and watch in as HD as you can and i hope you like the video.

I've also included my channel trailer for good measure.

Thanks for watching.
 

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Nice vids. do you ND or ND/P filters ??
What settings do you use ?? shooting in 4K ?
 
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Nice vids. do you ND or ND/P filters ??
What settings do you use ?? shooting in 4K ?
Hi

I'm using 4k 30 FPS.
I always use cloudy AWB even when sunny.
Colour is Vivid.
Saturation, Sharpness and contrast are +1 +1 +1.

I don't do anything in post.

Regards.?
 

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This is beautiful!
I am new to drones, how do you film something circular as in your Channel trailer? Is it manually or the circle mode?
Thank you!
 

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This is beautiful!
I am new to drones, how do you film something circular as in your Channel trailer? Is it manually or the circle mode?
Thank you!
The easiest and most precise way is to use what's called Point of Interest. Here's a YouTube link how.


You can also do it manually by using the right stick to move 1 way and the left stick the opposite, but it takes practice. I only use this when something has only 1 interesting side like a waterfall or cliff etc.
 

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