Thank you very much as alwayaThat was great! You had a little of everything in there. I like that you caught the sun's rays in the opening scene. You captured the train to the Episode number on the bridge, Great sound effects, great music. I liked the pass under the bridge w/ a low pass over the water. The fish in the clear water made me want to fishing. The hyperlapse at the end was the icing on the cake! All very cinematic!! I watched it several times.
Yes- I believe you, and it really shows! Extremely well done. Nice smooth footage. Good music match up. A pleasure to watch films like this.Thank you very much as alwaya
I'm glad you liked it, i put a lot of time in this one, went out there on 2 days and spent a lot of time editing
I Use DaVinci Resolve Studio 17, the text effect is done with the 3d camera tracker. A bit complicated but once you get the hang of it very powerful. You can not just put text in there but any 3D Object.Had to watch a second time to realize the wording on the trestle was not an aerial location sign for planes. Brilliant!
What editing software and technique did you use to embed the words to make it work?
So tell us Maik... How did you go about learning it? Where might I find info on the 3D camera tracker? Is that done in Fusion?I use DaVinci Resolve Studio 17
Well, most of it I learned from trying things out, and also a lot from YouTube videos. There are many great tutorials on YT. Also about the Camera Tracker. Just search on YT.So tell us Maik... How did you go about learning it? Where might I find info on the 3D camera tracker? Is that done in Fusion?
There are so many questions I'd love to ask you about this project. How did you know when the train would pass so you could have your bird up in the air? Are you using LUTS for color grading or just making manual adjustments? I was especially impressed by how well you handled a very high dynamic range. Any secrets there you care to reveal?