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Salt – essential for life. This aerial film explores the expansive beauty of salt throughout Utah. Journey across the Great Salt Lake, Lucin Cutoff, salt mines, Bonneville Salt Flats, & salt ponds with an interesting aerial perspective bending towards the surreal. My first aerial film, Camino Al Sur, won People's Choice at Interdrone 2017 & a Silver Remi at Worldfest Houston 2017. I hope you enjoy the film! SALT: http://bit.ly/SaltAvianCyclops Captured on DJI Phantom 4 Pro Mixed by Al Carlson Filmed, Edited, & Music Composed by Sean Petit
agtechlaura posted a topic in Filmmaking / CinematographyHey all, I'm amazed at how many great drone videos are out on YouTube now, even within in a sub-category like agriculture/farming. Any thoughts/suggestions/experiences on how to make drone videos stand out from the pack and ultimately attract more views? (My latest farming vlog is below for reference of what I am already doing.)
Caught between a rock and a hard place. Am beginning the editing process for my first video with music. I have some of the video footage from my Mavic Pro, have the idea for the story, and know what music I would like to use. BUT I cannot find a source for the music that does not cost and arm and a leg. The song is Neil Diamond's "Jonathan Livingston Seagull," and I prefer instrumental but could use the version sung by him. I am planning to share the finished product with the forum and put it on YouTube. I have searched Greenlight Music who said the fees begin at $25K, could not find it on BMI or ASCAP, or on resources suggested by Christian: http://freeplaymusic.com/ http://www.premiumbeat.com/ https://vimeo.com/musicstore http://www.eliasmusiclibrary.com/ http://freemusicarchive.org/curator/Video/ Should I forget using this particular music and go to something more generic on one of the above sources, or does anyone have a suggestion how I might get the use of the music I want? Thanks at least $25K worth.
Hey Alan (and other participants/members), I want to thank you for creating and perpetuating this site. I hope to learn a lot from it/you and give back when I can. I'm a Software Sales guy by day and professional Musician by night who has been flying RC for +20 years. Mostly Slope soaring (competitively at times), Electric Hotliners, and RC Helicopters. I bought my first Quad (a little Hubson) about a year ago. I upgraded to a Syma X8W, then a DJI Phantom 3. I'm shopping for an Inspire and plan to get my Section 333 in the next few months. I would like to create/build a business employing my three loves; RC, Music, and Film. Any advice, thoughts, etc. will always be appreciated. I hope to network with like-minded folks from around the world. Rock on. Jim