Thanks, I have seen these videos but not sure how to set these setting just yet. I will persevere and hopefully improve. thanks for your comments foxhallGHGood work - and if you are like me, you'll find that the video production side is as much fun as the flying ...
Just a couple of tips:
1) Your vid's are a bit over exposed. Have a look at a few YouTube videos about turning on and using the 'histogram' to get your exposure balanced a bit more - and I also find it useful to have the exposure indicating 'zebra stripes' turned on (i.e. if you are over exposed, you'll see it immediately on the Go 4 screen).
2) Have a look at some more YouTube's about setting your flight and gimbal controls to make the movement of the drone a bit more cinematic. You can tell that you are trying to get nice gentle movement, but the controls are just too coarse!
3) Be careful where you fly! I'm pretty sure that flying over or near a train incurs the same 'Drone Code' clearance requirements as for flying over people & property i.e. 50 metres over, around, & beside. I recently heard of a photography competition winner who was disqualified and reported to the police when it was stated that his photo of a train was taken by a drone - simply because the drone was too close to the train when the photo was taken!
Thanks, yes shut down in the 60s but still able to walk along the track.EXCELLENT Good train shots a trifle close but never mind . The viaduct is obviously an old train line?