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Video - Abndoned Quarry filmed by drone

Discussion in 'Urban Exploring Videos' started by Luis Freeman, Jul 25, 2016.

  1. Luis Freeman

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    think you posted this twice mate
     
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    Just a heads up for even better shots, try using the obit function on the drone.Its really simple to set up an makes for a easy but brilliant shot. Also try having two moving axis at the same time (one shot was already), for example flying forward with the camera facing down followed by panning the camera up makes for a great opening scene. Great film regardless
     
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    Great film but as Solo said try orbit on the quad. You can even simply do it yourself buy turning the yaw stick to the left or right and the pitch stick in the opposite direction. This will orbit the quad around a point of interest.
     
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