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CAZ011
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Jan 03, 2018 15:37 |  #11956

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5D2, ISO 100, F8.0, 2s, 20mm canon, 5m diy rig,


Nice colors, but a lot of rig bounce! I got a little dizzy after looking at the photo for 2 seconds.




  
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May 07, 2018 10:24 |  #11957

Has been a bit quiet here for a while, time to wipe the cob webs away from your rigs!


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Jul 25, 2018 12:03 as a reply to  @ post 18500128 |  #11958

Can you talk a little bit about the process of how to do this?
I have a Mavic pro that I would like to try.


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Jul 31, 2018 16:18 as a reply to  @ monkifoto's post |  #11959

You don't use a drone - you use a rig. Usually an aluminum pole, 12-15 feet long attached to the vehicle with suction cups and the camera hung off the end. The car isn't even running. You either push/pull or let gravity slowly roll the car a few feet. With a 5-10 second shutter you get all the blur you need. Then you remove the rig in photoshop.


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