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Aug 19, 2012 20:14 |  #1

First time using the flycam let me know how I did :) I know I need more practice balancing and flying it but hey its my first time.

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Aug 20, 2012 05:48 |  #2

Great job man looks good




  
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Aug 20, 2012 09:56 |  #3

Just a couple of nit picks, either you need to clean your sensor or your glass, but there is a nasty blob on the far right, middle edge of the frame that is pretty distracting. And cleaning the bird poop off of the almost black car is a must too. Charcoal grey or black cars are some of the toughest to keep clean, but they also show the dirt more than any other. Tough colors to shoot.

I like the flycam work, yeah it could have been a bit smoother in some spots, but you'll get there the more you use it. I liked the shot where the camera just kept hovering over the hood of the car as it drove forward down the driveway. There came a spot where I thought for sure the shot would end, but it didn't it just kept going. Cool!

That flycam looks like a fun toy to play with! Keep it up!


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Aug 20, 2012 10:23 |  #4

ChasWG wrote in post #14881940 (external link)
Just a couple of nit picks, either you need to clean your sensor or your glass, but there is a nasty blob on the far right, middle edge of the frame that is pretty distracting. And cleaning the bird poop off of the almost black car is a must too. Charcoal grey or black cars are some of the toughest to keep clean, but they also show the dirt more than any other. Tough colors to shoot.

I like the flycam work, yeah it could have been a bit smoother in some spots, but you'll get there the more you use it. I liked the shot where the camera just kept hovering over the hood of the car as it drove forward down the driveway. There came a spot where I thought for sure the shot would end, but it didn't it just kept going. Cool!

That flycam looks like a fun toy to play with! Keep it up!

Thanks! I never noticed that spot before...hmmm brand new camera maybe a finger print, although I'm pretty good about fingers near glass lol. As for the bird poop, I'm lost where did you see it? we just washed and waxed the car before the shoot, maybe it was a highlight or the inspection sticker on the windshield?


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Aug 20, 2012 13:04 |  #5

What I was thinking was a bird poo is actually a reflection of a light pole at 1:29. It was there and gone so quickly that I thought it was a bird mess. Sorry, that's what I thought it was watching on the first go around. Again, dark colored cars are pretty hard to shoot being so reflective.

No poo in that video!


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Aug 21, 2012 13:04 |  #6
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nice! love the edit.


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Sep 11, 2012 17:55 |  #7

masijdm wrote in post #14887563 (external link)
nice! love the edit.

Thanks!


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Oct 09, 2012 23:45 |  #8

Nice work!




  
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