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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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!
  4. 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
  5. 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!
  6. 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!
  7. Marcus Christou

    The Forest (Short)

    Hi! Just wanted to share this Short film, it’s my favourite to-date, ideally wanted more aerial shots but the weather was pretty bad. Thanks for watching
  8. Merry Christmas to everyone! Here's our Christmas Eve celebration filled with food, gifts, Bingo, karaoke and family! It's 1:58 minutes long (or short) and I just wanted to share it with you. I submitted this video to the "Share your country’s Christmas spirit with your DJI device" contest. A like and/or comment there would be very appreciated there! Here's the link: https://forum.dji.com/thread-125932-1-1.html
  9. https://youtu.be/NdX1dtS480w After having used the Mavic for 9 months, I made a quick video of gear/accessories that I carry (and believe are important) when out filming. A bunch of these should be on sale for a week or two! If you’re free, also check out my cinematic drone tutorials for beginners (71 basic moves, multiple POIs, wedding, etc). Thanks for stopping by!
  10. Hey drone flyers! I tried out my very first wedding video plus it's fully shot by drone. I did it for free as my friend asked me to, but because of that I couldn't really give directions to people as to what I wanted them to do or where to go. I listed the things that I learned and hopefully you'd find them useful! Thanks for watching and congratulations to the couple! Matthew and Alina | Wedding Video Things I Learned:1. Drones can work handheld but may be jittery at times and even over-compensate with it's stabilizer when swinging the drone left to right.2. I prefer controlling with the RC rather than wi-fi because you really can't pitch up and down smoothly without the RC.3. Setting up a drone can take time. Swapping ND filters because clouds suddenly cover the sun takes time. Switching to 1080p for 60 or 96fps for slow-mo also takes time.4. Prop sounds are very audible so choose when you should fly, preferably before the ceremony or after.5. Drones make sounds too when handheld and running. I didn't want to bother any of the guests so I kept away if I could.6. Finding free wedding songs is somewhat impossible. Any sites would be welcome!7. I don't have close-ups during the actual wedding because I wasn't getting paid and felt bad for getting in there.8. Working solo can get you to miss stuff that happen only once in a wedding. I had to drive to where the bride was prepping, then the groom, then back to the bride, straight to the venue, etc. so it was a lot of work.9. I was starving and really had to pee the whole time. I kept holding it in because I would have missed some shots.10. My positioning could have been better, but I didn't want to go where the professional photographers were hanging around in.11. I enjoyed doing this wedding and am sure I can do a better job next time!
  11. I just did a quick beginner wedding drone tutorial. It’s got 22 moves with controls used and a few tips as well. I hope you find it useful!
  12. Hello fellow flyers! Just sharing a short video of our home, all shot by drone. Thanks for watching!
  13. An Ode To Fall Hello! Here I got a 2-minute cinematic of lovely autumn weather here in my city. I used some moves from my cinematic drone tutorial videos, which you can also check out if you’re free! Thanks for watching!
  14. An Ode To Fall Hello! Here I got a 2-minute cinematic of lovely autumn weather here in my city. I used some moves from my cinematic drone tutorial videos, which you can also check out if you’re free! Thanks for watching!
  15. Thought I would share one of my four cameras I had recording the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017. This was taken in southern Illinois over the Lake of Egypt near Marion. You will notice a distant (6.5 mile away) unpaved airports runway lights automatically turn on as the moon blocks the sun, before they turn back off (upper left corner). The colors were so surreal that color correcting seemed a bit off even though I remember the way it really looked. You can see the shadow approaching from the bottom right of the screen, and after the moon passes you will see the shadow come back in the opposite direction before I do spin to show the area I was flying. I experienced 2 1/2 min of complete totality. This was taken with manual exposure settings on a DJI Phantom 4 from about 380ft AGL. I filmed in d-log at 4k cinematic, 24fps and sped it up into a time-lapse. Used the lowest neutral density filter I had, which was a PolarPro ND-4 . Custom settings were -2 for sharpness, contrast and exposure. I used FCPX to do color correction and edit this short sample to share with you all. I have lots more footage of this spectacular experience to share with the world, from my Canon XH A1s, Celestron brand telescopes & binoculars, DJI OSMO+, GoPro Hero 4 Black and some iPhone7. Expect some more visual goodies very soon! Cheers and safe flying, -Ryan Deremo SkyFly Cinematics
  16. Below I am submitting the final project required for the graduation of Ariel Post Production 101. I used iMovie to edit this video. However I am purchasing Final Cut Pro in the very near future. A lot of the editing techniques and controls are similar to Final Cut Pro. 1. the resolution I used for this video was 1080 P at 60 frames per second. I showcase this video on UAc Coach, Vinmeo, Facebook, and Instagram. 2. I tried to use music that showed the dynamic footage and the awesomeness of the wind turbine. 3. I tried to showcase the dynamic size and beauty of the wind turbine I. 4. The story is a simple one. I'm trying to illustrate and advertise the ability to do an aerial visual inspection of the wind turbine. The clarity of the camera and the dexterity of the footage. 5. Three important lessons learned in editing this video, 1. Important to find music and the duration to correspond with the time you want to display the video. 2. I wished I captured a higher view encapsulating all the wind mills in the entire area. Looking back should have been more. 3. One of the important things I learned from the class and editing this video were how to use transitions effectively utilizing the beat of the music. This class was a great help to me in learning the process of editing video. I highly recommend it. I'm also extremely interested in the views and advice I can get from others who have viewed this video. Good or bad I'm looking forward to knowing what I can improve on.
  17. https://youtu.be/tckoA1M9eqM Hello, here I got an Edmonton attractions/sights 4K video, all shot with a drone. It seems, though, that not all clip transitions got exported and some are actually broken. Either way, thank you for watching! This little solo project of mine has been a LOT of work and more challenging than my cinematic drone tutorials up on Youtube! Everything in the project was very time-consuming. Drone videography is also just a hobby I picked up these past few months and being pretty amateur added to the time. Edmonton is Canada’s Festival City, but I can’t fly my drone near crowds to capture the hundred or so festivals each year. I couldn’t wait for the big ones that are coming soon, plus I work a lot of weekends when these events are usually held. I look silly enough holding my drone out and shooting on the ground haha. There are also tons more things to do and see in the city, especially the bike trails, food, and winter activities. I've only started with drones and videography early March this year, so any advice would be gladly taken! Thank you for watching!
  18. https://youtu.be/_LVLg7RHgso Hey, my Mavic is out for repairs and so I got bored and decided to do this very short clip. Enjoy!
  19. Tilt-Shift/Diorama Mini Time Lapse in Strong Winds: Mavic Stability+Battery Test Hi, here’s an unplanned short video of a tilt-shift/miniature/diorama with the Mavic Pro. I was initially planning to see how well and how long it would hover under strong winds and okayish temps. Speeds in the video vary between 100x and 4000x plus a reversed clip. Editing was a lot more work than I expected, so I hope you enjoy watching it! Please check out my tutorial videos and other stuff as well! Facebook Page, Aerial Film and Photo - https://www.facebook.com/dronefilmphoto
  20. https://youtu.be/DmduyQUlDbs I should've posted onto this sub-forum, but I placed it in the wrong category. Anyways, I tried out the DJI Goggles for a quick PC gaming session. It was completely plug and play with no hassles involved. Also, I apologize for the out of focus video quality. Thanks for watching!Here are my opinions on it.1. Unfortunately, the low latency head tracking that works with drones doesn't work when passed through the HDMI cable.2. The video quality is surprisingly decent (1080p on each eye).3. My computer easily recognized it as a monitor input, but Star Citizen at times would cap out at 1080p resolution even on my 1440p monitor. So, I would keep the Goggles turned off until I've loaded Crusader.4. The cable isn't that long. I'm sure other cables could be used for it.5. The weight isn't bad, and the battery's supposed to last 6 hours.
  21. https://youtu.be/DmduyQUlDbs Hi all, I tried out the DJI Goggles’ HDMI cable for a quick PC gaming session. It was plug and play with no hassles involved. I apologize for the out of focus video quality. Thanks for giving it a watch! Here are my opinions on it. 1. Unfortunately, the low latency head tracking that works with drones doesn't work when passed through the HDMI cable. 2. The video quality is surprisingly decent (1080p on each eye). 3. My computer easily recognized it as a monitor input, but Star Citizen at times would cap out at 1080p resolution even on my 1440p monitor. So, I would keep the Goggles turned off until I've loaded Crusader. 4. The cable isn't that long. I'm sure other cables could be used for it. 5. The weight isn't bad, and the battery's supposed to last 6 hours.
  22. 16 out of 71 Cinematic Drone Moves/Maneuvers/Techniques Hey all, I made a follow-up tutorial/how-to video of 16 MORE aerial cinematic movements/techniques complete with controls and some tips for a total of 71 maneuvers. I hope this can help new and intermediate drone flyers focus on the creative side. It’s my 11th day flying the drone so feedback is highly appreciated. My original video with 55 moves/maneuvers is here - https://youtu.be/NMX2u1Pbs4s Facebook Page, Aerial Film and Photo - https://www.facebook.com/dronefilmphoto Which ones are your favourites? Which ones do you currently use most frequently? Any moves not on this video that you would like to share? Feel free to pause the video any time. Thanks for watching!!
  23. HowTo: Shoot Multiple POIs/Scapes in 1 Cut w/ Basic/Beginner Drone Moves, Tutorial/Controls/Tips 4K Hello! I made a quick tutorial video on using basic drone maneuvers to capture several POIs/scenes/landscapes in one cut. It’s my 8th day flying a drone and 3rd video with Premiere Pro so it won’t be as pro as others but I would love to hear any form of feedback.There seems to be a shortage of cinematic drone tutorials so I thought I’d make a second one for beginners. All controls I used pop out as text in the bottom of the video for referencing.If you enjoy this video, I’ll plug in my first tutorial video here as well. Please subscribe from my Youtube page, and grace me with your likes!4K HowTo 55 Drone Cinematic Moves/Maneuvers/Techniques Tutorial with Controls for Landscapes/POIs
  24. Hey all,I made a tutorial/how-to video of 55 aerial cinematic movements/techniques complete with controls and some tips. I hope this can help new and intermediate drone flyers focus on the creative after learning a bit of the technical side from the 55 clips. It was my 7th day flying a drone (5 of the 7 for this video) and 2nd run with Premiere Pro so feedback is highly appreciated.Which ones are your favourites? Which ones do you currently use most frequently? Any moves not on this video that you would like to share? Feel free to pause the video any time. Category timestamps are on Youtube for quicker scrubbing.Thanks!!
  25. While on a weekend away in the Alentejo region in the south of Portugal, I shot this video over 2 days to capture how beautiful this area is. Hope you enjoy, it was great fun flying, filming and editing this one. This was shot with a DJI Phantom 3 Standard (for the aerial), a Canon 100D for some of the ground level shots and, because I didn't have any other camera with me, the night shots were shot on an iphone 5S.