I spent two weeks alone in the mountains of Black Sea region of Turkey. All shots were taken with P4P (more than 80 flights) during this period. I learned a lot from your critics. Thus, please criticize me as hard as you can.
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Passo San Marco - Bergamo - Italy. Shot with DJI Inspire2 & Zenmuse X5S. The San Marco Pass (Italian: Passo San Marco) is a mountain pass that links Val Brembana with Valtellina in the Bergamo Alps. History: In the late 16th century, the city of Bergamo and its surrounding areas were part of...
I’ve tried several intelligent fly mode for drone lapse. POI and Waypoint mode are my favorite flight modes for this type of work. These shots were taken from my last 25 flights in the last 3 weeks. I hope you enjoy it!
1) Phantom 4 Pro
2) Osmo Mobile 2 / iPhone 8 plus
3) Sony FDR-X3000
I shot this video just before sunset. At the end of the video you can see a few sunset shots. What do you think about colors? Any suggestion? As some of you already know that I'm a colorblind person and trying to improve my color correction skills.
Thanks in advance for the comments.
i was flying my aircraft today in the beach where I normally go. Not high, not far, just practising manoeuvres for my PfCO. But I noticed that it was getting very high, and indeed almost at the point of not being able to see it when it was on the farthest leg of the square I was flying.
Not really an island. The Old Stone Church in West Boylston, Massachusetts. The reflection of the clouds in the water makes this scenic panorama an other-worldly experience. Shot with P3S, edited in Premiere CC. Music by Kai Engel.
The monsoon activity in the Tucson area has been pretty dramatic the last few days. Here's a video I made of three different flights showing the landscape and clouds, from about 2000' to over 6000' on Mount Lemmon Be sure to watch in HD and full screen:
Devil's Peak Sunset
The area around the peak was garrisoned by the British Army or local pirates to control the passage of Lei Yue Mun, which is an important nautical passage in South China. The remains of a redoubt and batteries are still visible on the peak.
That was the call that would put goose bumps up and down an avionics technician's spine. Fortunately the P3 doesn't have a cockpit, but I had the same quivers going on today.
I had gone over to a construction site where our latest high school stadium is being built, to get some overhead shots...