I am hoping that some of the video gurus can help this noob. I really would like to make the best videos possible for my small business.
I am using the P4A drone. I understand that it is best to double the shutter speed from my fps. I understand to keep the ISO down to 100 as best I can...
I put this video together explaining the advantages of the D-Log profile. The video includes answers to these questions:
What is Log Footage?
How does Log Footage Increase Dynamic Range?
Why should you shoot in Log Color Profiles?
I continue experimenting with creating engaging travel videos. This one is about a recent trip I took in the north of Portugal leading up to the highest mountain in the country.
Aerial shots were filmed with a DJI Phantom 3 Standard. Footage was edited and color corrected / graded in Final Cut...
In this tutorial, you can see how easy you can color grade your footage with LUT’s in Davinci Resolve 14 and make it look like it’s made by a PRO. It made for Mavic, but the same principle applies for Phantoms as well.
I have uploaded some really nice Drone footage of the Australian Bush, taken with the Phantom 4 Pro let me know what you think.
The video was edited in Final Cut Pro X and i used Color Finale Pro to grade the footage
Shot this on my second flight with the drone, unfortunately had to part with it but I will be picking one up again in the future. Shot in 4k at 30fps slowed down 20% and in the H.265 codec. Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and used Triune Film Cinematic Lut pack for the grade.
Since I got my P3A I have not been happy with the color I've been getting out of the video. Since all the online "experts" say I MUST shoot in D-Log, I tried that first. I'm a photographer and always shoot in RAW so I figured it's pretty much the same.. But no matter how much (or little) color...
Hey Guys and Gals respectively ;)
I have some video tutorials for you. I know settings for the P3 and Inspire X3 have been covered quite a bit already.. but none really with more detailed rationalle for ND filters.. well none I can find anyway.
Also my latest tutorial covers how to colour...
Something fun. On my next Phantom color correction and grading tutroial I'm choosing at least 3 shots submitted by subscribers. Thought it would be fun to do a step by step color correction tutorial using subscribers footage. Eveyone chosen will get full credits in the video tutorial. See video...