Most excellent! I liked it. Do some more.
Since you asked, here are my comments...
Music phrasing was spot on. Excellent panoramic yaw speeds. Good variable camera movement. Some of the gimbal rises could be slowed down slightly for the reveal. Clip length was good, but that always depends on the choice of music and it's phrasing. Some speed changes were redundant in the same clip. To hold the viewer's attention, maybe add one or two short fades (not a big deal).
Remember to use any cinematic effect because it helps to tell the story and to hold the viewer's attention, not simply because you can.
This video of similar subject (4.20 minutes) will play I think, despite message. click on "Watch on Vimeo".
Very nice video. I too film at this location. Very nice clip and especially for your first try. Good job. I am also from South Florida. Amazingly we are still allowed to film at South Beach pier and government cut but I don't think we can fly over the cruise ships going out on Sunday.
Some Miami favorites places- try to pull into the parking lot of the seaplane base behind the children museum for great views pf downtown. NO drones allowed there since it is a seaplane base. But good for photography. Another place is under the I-395 ramp across from Parrott Jungle. Finally, I can still fly towards Brickell from underpass of Rickenbacker pullout going towards Key Biscayne. Go to the parking lot.Nice footage! Love the time-lapses. And yeah, I'm still trying to find new spots to film at around Miami. I love government cut and am probably going back to catch sunrise within the next couple days. Especially with the Port of Miami around the corner, I'm shocked we can still film there too.
Thanks for the feedback! I really appreciate it. Since I'm pretty new to flying, I'm still trying to nail down the controls. I've already had some beautiful shots ruined because I'd have a nice reveal set up, then I would accidentally flick the gimbal in the wrong direction. On my more recent flights, I've slowed down the gimbal pitch even more, and it helps give more of the cinematic feel. And I'm finally starting to figure out which way looks up, and which looks down lol.