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  1. Link Here: https://forum.dji.com/thread-169964-1-1.html Hi all, I have listed some TIPS when capturing drone footage during the Fall season. The guide talks about PL filters, sensors, trees, birds, and LUTS in the link above. Hopefully some of you might find it useful. THanks for giving it a look!
  2. What else do you think I can talk about? Anything specific you are curious of? I can add any tips or topics to the post if you like. DJI Guide is planning to use the post so if there's stuff that can help drone flyers I'm up for it!
  3. Thanks for reading up! It's funny how others feel like this is a long wall-of-text post already haha
  4. Hello fellow flyers! I just finished a light-hearted guide when it comes to travelling with your drone. I split the tips into phases such as preparation, pre-flight and flight just to organize the content a bit better. Feel free to input your own advice so those who are looking to travel may be more equipped with the potential challenges. Any feedback would be good too! As a disclaimer, this is my entry to the Epic Aerial Guides contest. I hope you like it!LINK HERE
  5. Hello fellow dronists! I made a short guide full of tips when travelling with your drone. I organized the tips into stages such as preparation, pre-flight and flight just make content a bit more digestable. Feel free to give your own advice to help those who are looking to travel in the future. Any suggestions would be good too! As a disclaimer, this is my entry to the Epic Aerial Guides contest. I hope you enjoy it!LINK HERE
  6. Thanks! I think my last transition with the rolling film thing was too much haha
  7. Hey fellow flyers, Each time my drone took off, I’ve come to enjoy exploring El Nido a whole lot more! So, I am sharing with you some of my aerial footage. Personally, I still prefer Coron (also in Palawan, Philippines) due to a lot more fish variety when snorkelling, a few Japanese shipwrecks and some remote islands. Of course, the footage here doesn’t do the place justice so feel free to visit and explore! https://youtu.be/jYhQiXaGKRU
  8. Hello, I stayed at this inexpensive beachfront spot in the Philippines, close to some beaches/sandbars, marine life, and falls. I’ve never really “featured” a location so let any feedback to make my video better would be great! There are drone shots and Gopro clips on this one. Thanks for watching!
  9. Hello, I stayed at this inexpensive beachfront spot in the Philippines, close to some beaches/sandbars, marine life, and falls. I’ve never really “featured” a location so let any feedback to make my video better would be great! There are drone shots and Gopro clips on this one. Thanks for watching!
  10. I had no issues flying over water. I did not turn my VPS off. When I went lower than 6 meters, the drone was over the part where the tide was low. Maybe VPS identified the sand as land so it did not give me problems. The drone has a narrow fov so it may seem like we are closer to the water. I launch from the boat. I used a floating device which doubles as a wider landing gear so I can land even on a slightly angled surface from the boat. Here is the floating device at 0:14 seconds of the video. Thank you for giving it a watch!
  11. I'm trying out some travel vlog style thing for this video, and maybe on my next one two. I was worried it might feel like a hip-hop music video though haha Thanks for taking a look!
  12. A Mavic Pro and Premiere Pro were used for the video. Thank you for checking it out!
  13. Hello! Here’s Manjuyod Sandbar, one of our honeymoon spots early February. It can be reached by boat from Bais City (Negros) but we came from my hometown, Cebu. Negros is now the best way as new permits are needed for boat operators to work in the area. This was way more work than I expected because of the time ramps. Please enjoy the short video!