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  1. Also just switched to DaVinci Resolve after years of Premiere Pro -- already glad I did. Watched your video with great interest. Won't comment on the color grading since I'm new to Resolve (and to drones as well). There were a number of features I liked such as the addition of sound to match the images - the church bells, traffic, and oars in the water. Also the interesting 'flip' of the reflection! Nicely done video. I'll look forward to seeing more of your work.
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  2. Hey Alan, glad you liked the Canyon Lake footage! I'm going to be building out my portfolio a bit more with shots I took there; I lived there for about 5 months in 2019 so I had time to try a bunch of different things. I've only flown near downtown once really but it was fun. It's hard to keep up with the ever-changing skyline! This is from June 2019, super-compressed to fit in the forum post haha.
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  3. Hi @MrDrone96, Overall this was a great first video and I enjoyed it. Two things I noticed were transitions and color temperature. Some of the transitions cut hard, I recommend using a simple and clean transition like cross dissolve. Transitions will vary depending on the video/story but in most cases you cannot go wrong with the cross dissolve. The tilt reveal was also a nice effect and as you practice more of those reveals, they will become very smooth. If you have upbeat/fast audio for background music then a harder cut transition would work better than cross dissolve. I p
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  4. Hi @DataInspector, There are no penalties for letting your Part 107 Certification lapse. The Part 107 does not expire, it must be renewed however if you plan to operate your drone for non-recreational applications. Letting the certification lapse will not prompt you to retake the initial Part 107 exam again. If your certification is not renewed, then you can only operate for recreation until it has been renewed. If you are not using your certification that often, you could let it lapse and then renew once the FAA launches the free online training sometime in March. The other
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  5. We have recently shared 4 interesting blogs about drones being used in the construction and mining industry as well some general information about the different sort of drones. Please have a look at our articles by clicking the links below. Drone Surveying improving productivity, Planning and Management of Mine Sites Survey Grade Accuracy of Drones for Construction VTOL vs UAV Drone Payload Different Types of Survey Drones and How they Take Off, Fly and Land Cheers,
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