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Photos from Texas

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by DKG13CC, Oct 22, 2017.

  1. DKG13CC

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    Hello friends, just wanted to share some photos from TX! I live in North Texas but I get to work all over the state and fly some great places. Loving the P4P!

    P.S. these are the shots dowloaded from the Phantom to the phone. I have not learned how to edit, but Im wondering if my ISO is too low in some of the sunset and sunrise shots, or if the details of the ground are recoverable in post.

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  2. Florida Drone Supply

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    The P4P is an amazing platform and your photos are awesome. If you want help on adjusting your settings and images, we need to know your original settings. Manual is always your best friend.
     
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  3. Primpwatcher

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    I recently purchased some camera filters. They do wonders. Nice pics.
     
  4. DKG13CC

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    I use polarized ND filters, and Ive experimented with them on and off at sunset and sunrise and cant decide which is better. As for the original settings I cant remember but I try to keep the ISO as low as possible, but sometimes I feel I underexpose. Again, no idea what I can really do in post, still researching.
     
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  5. Florida Drone Supply

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    Shooting in Raw and jpg will allow you to let the camera do some of the editing and also retain the original image with no corrections for the future when you get more in tune with editing.
     
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    Here is a photo from my std3 one is the original the other is after i touched it up
     

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