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  1. O. J. Cinematography

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    Beautiful. Really really excellent.
     
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  3. Timinator

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    Nice work, Owen.
     
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    Awesome mate. That’s great work. And in the same town/area as me. Thought i recognised that location.
     
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  5. KevMo Photog

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    Super nice work dude! Love all the angles which helps tell the story. Music and edit strong too!
     
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  6. O. J. Cinematography

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    Thank you!
     
  7. O. J. Cinematography

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    Appreciate it!
     
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    Thank you!
     
  9. O. J. Cinematography

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    Glad you enjoyed it
     
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  10. jpbroomfield

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    (round of applause) was thinking of going to “try” and film the independence of the seas departing....
     
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  11. O. J. Cinematography

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    Cool, I did the Oriana a month or so ago.....
     
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  12. jpbroomfield

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    Very good mate. Loving your work. Thinking about off calshot?
     
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  13. O. J. Cinematography

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    I usually take off a from the marina or shore road for when they are closer to the port
     
  14. Timinator

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    go for it! Would love to see it!
     
  15. jpbroomfield

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    Relatively easy taking of from the Mariana ? I mean not haters/Sercurity guards ? I hope to get down tomorrow around 4:30 weather permitting
     
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  16. O. J. Cinematography

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    in my eyes, i am doing the exactly the same as everyone dow there with their cameras out....people will only be bothered by when you take off and land, inflight they wont even know its there.
     
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  17. jpbroomfield

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    Ok, so I went down to try and film the Independence leaving this evening to be bombarded not from the onlookers l, but by the local marine birds ..... I had to race back as they nearly took my drone out and themselves..... any suggestions?
     
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  18. O. J. Cinematography

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    I cant really help you...maybe just get out there where the birds arent and be careful when flying back.....i usually get it when flying round the pier
     
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    I think that was my problem. They must of seen me flying past the pier followed me and started to lash out. Must’ve liked the colour or something. Cheers for your help mate. Must fly sometime....
     
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    I usually fly around 90m which is about twice the height the seagulls normally fly. The only time I can have a collision is when I'm climbing to that altitude.

    If the birds you encountered were actively attacking I'm wondering if there was a nest close to the area.
     
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