Thanks! I love shooting long exposure photos with this drone. It is crazy that it can stay still enough for a long exposure like this!
No the filter was oriented dark on top and clear on the bottom. I added a bit of vignetting in PS to get the effect I was looking for.Awesome shot!!!!!!
I want to start doing some LE photos... I can't say photography because I'm so horrible they are just shots!
Curious, and maybe a stupid question, but is the dark side of your gradient filter on the right side?
Absolutely. I use LE photography in all my hyperlapses, albeit 1/2 to 1 second exposures as opposed to 4 or 8 seconds. Here is a hyperlapse I shot right after the photo:Another cool shot! Would have made an amazing hyperlapse.
Do you know if it's possible to use these techniques with a time-lapse sequence?
No need to freeze. I fly all my hyperlapses from inside the comforts of my truck. Occusync 2 is phenomenal and you will not have any problems with signal while flying your hyperlapses. Ive tested it out to over 10,000 feet over open water with 4 bars of signal strength the whole way. I've even put the controller down below my dash, near my feet with the drone 5000 feet out and still got 5 bars of signal. It is rock soid even with my engine running to keep warm in the truck lol. Its that stable! YMMV though so be sure to keep an eye on your signal strength meter!Cool! Love the hyperlapse dude. I'm going to be freezing my balls off tomorrow trying all this out somewhere lol
This hyperlapse was shot before I got the gradient filters. Occusync was first introduced on the Mavic Pro. The Mavic 2’s have Occusync 2 ( second generation) and it is crazy good imo.Is Occusync automatic or is it something we must add on?
Did you also have an ND filter on for the hyperlapse video?