If only! Not a clue where to start honestly, networking isn’t exactly my specialty I appreciate the comment! It always makes me happy to see people enjoy something I’ve made.Amazing footage! Nice slow moves. Good camera movement. And an awesome location. You could probably sell this footage and fetch a pretty high dollar.
Stunning. Outstanding job.Shot this in the mountains of NC. Would love to hear everyone's opinion on it. Any constructive feedback or tips would be greatly appreciated! Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving!
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Filmed the morning after Eclipse, Phantom 3 Advanced. ND 8 Filter, 100 ISO
Thank you!! You should definitely visit sometime. The Blue Ridge Parkway is right around the corner and the views from the lookouts are quite stunning, especially during sunset/sunrise with low altitude clouds/mist.HermitPurple, nice video! Sometimes the rule book needs to be thrown out. Only in limited cases, though. I like the way the music seemed to get brighter as the subject view became lighter, and how you changed scenes with the music. It made me want to visit.
Yes of course I plan on making more in the near future. I already have a few locations planned out, one in particular I am overly excited for. Unfortunately for this shot my time was limited due to constant weather changes, so I had a very limited window of opportunity before the next storm came through (within an hour of shooting it was back to heavy rain and dark clouds) Thank you for commenting though! I very much appreciate the feedback.HermitPurple: Lovely footage and well-chosen accompanying music. But I wanted to see much more of the landscape within a video of that duration. As I've said before, limit edits to about 5 seconds in length to keep people's attention. (Therefore, I would say you've got a maximum of 20 seconds of usable beautiful footage within that two minutes - which is a great start.) Also good to see you using clean jump cuts with no gimmicky transitions, which usually look out of place when showing natural landscapes. I look forward to seeing more from you.