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Hi guys! I am hoping that I can get some feedback in this video that I shot. I think I need to adjust my sequencing better, but can you please comment? Although you see fog and clouds, I had my drone in line of site. I was above the fog line on the mountain. 

Thanks!,

Bert P.

 

 

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@Alan Perlman Always happy to answer!

@Bert Very very nice shots. Job well done! I love the composition of the shots and the fog looks sick! Especially with the bits of color on the trees sticking up here or there. Coloring looks fine to me, except for maybe one or two shots where most of the fog looked purple sort of, but maybe that is the natural color you were getting? It does look cool though...

In terms of the edit, I think one of the major things I would change is the opening shot. It seems to be out of focus slightly but that may be because there is a mismatch between camera or timeline settings. There seems to be some sort of jerky skipping movement. Usually when this happens, it is a result of placing footage of a certain frame rate on a timeline that does not have that same frame rate. But, it could also be a weird shutter speed setting. It isn't terrible but is noticeable. See if you can smooth that out a little bit. There were one or two other shots that looked slightly jerky too, not because of your camera moves but for a technical reason I think (shutter speed or frame rate, etc...).

Also, I know you were asking about this the other week... The aerial post production course should be launching very soon. We wrapped up production of all the videos and lectures so if you are signed up on that landing page for updates, you should be getting one very soon!

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Awesome video!  Don't beat yourself up, the sequencing is great (IMHO). What are you flying? Also I thought the color was spot on. 

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Bert - just think...you will get better! Heck what a start if you are new to this aerial video thingy. I do not know how much post production effort was required, but this video looks GREAT!

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