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Tutorial: Beginner Wedding Cinematic Moves (Venue/Entourage)
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Raincast Posted at 2017-11-7 08:17
Haha I'll need to do a few more wedding videos to get those coveted chicken dinners! I've only done two of these so I'm just getting started!

When you can spot a Shotgun Wedding you are a Pro
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Very useful tutorial .... many many thanks for your sharing
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Montfrooij Posted at 2017-11-7 08:32
Hahahahaha. LOL
Yes, it was a 'pun' intended.
We had great fun that afternoon!

Hmm I couldn't reply to you yesterday, the forum had some problems I guess.

That focus is pretty on point! The Zhiyun Crane 2 just came out, I think, if you want some stability. I'm still waiting on Osmo 2 and will probably jump to that.
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Djiyukang Posted at 2017-11-8 01:00
testing now ......................

Hello, were you trying to check if the Quote/Reply button is working? It wasn't working for me yesterday.
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Rodger8 Posted at 2017-11-8 02:21
When you can spot a Shotgun Wedding you are a Pro

Hahaha would you trim out the awkward looks and conversations from the wedding video then?
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AlexVideoShark  Posted at 2017-11-8 21:14
Very useful tutorial .... many many thanks for your sharing

Glad you liked it! Safe flying!
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Raincast Posted at 2017-11-9 20:45
Hmm I couldn't reply to you yesterday, the forum had some problems I guess.

That focus is pretty on point! The Zhiyun Crane 2 just came out, I think, if you want some stability. I'm still waiting on Osmo 2 and will probably jump to that.

Yes, I've considered the Zhiyun as well.
But that would mean I would have to invest in a stabilized lens also.
In general a gimbal does not compensate the smaller motion very well.
I have tested the Crane V2 with my lenses (non stabilized) and it was not as good as I wanted.
Even when balanced properly.
So I decided to start with Osmo Mobile and possibly add another gimbal to my list when I feel the need.
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Thanks for sharing
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Raincast Posted at 2017-11-9 20:49
Hahaha would you trim out the awkward looks and conversations from the wedding video then?

Nah, that is the best part. She looks happy and he is bummed out.
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Sabi ko na nga ba ikaw to eh. Nakakakuha akong tip sau. Galing mo sir!
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Montfrooij Posted at 2017-11-9 22:55
Yes, I've considered the Zhiyun as well.
But that would mean I would have to invest in a stabilized lens also.
In general a gimbal does not compensate the smaller motion very well.

That's good to know! That stuff is never even close to my budget so I never did any research. Would the Ronin-M fare the same as the Crane then?
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Thanks for giving it a watch!
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Raincast Posted at 2017-11-11 13:09
That's good to know! That stuff is never even close to my budget so I never did any research. Would the Ronin-M fare the same as the Crane then?

I guess that is even more stable as you have to hold it with more of your body.
But still the micro jitter is best stabilized in the body or lens. (at least so I saw online)
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Rodger8 Posted at 2017-11-10 05:03
Nah, that is the best part. She looks happy and he is bummed out.

Videographers would probably make more money with infidelity videos, divorce videos, child support videos, etc...
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Lhonskie Aerial Posted at 2017-11-10 10:38
Sabi ko na nga ba ikaw to eh. Nakakakuha akong tip sau. Galing mo sir!

Salamat! Gumagawa lng ako ng mga tutorial videos na wala masyado sa Youtube hehe
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Montfrooij Posted at 2017-11-11 13:11
I guess that is even more stable as you have to hold it with more of your body.
But still the micro jitter is best stabilized in the body or lens. (at least so I saw online)

Cool stuff! I'll get to DSLR someday, maybe with a Phantom 5?!
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Good shots
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Raincast Posted at 2017-11-12 06:32
Cool stuff! I'll get to DSLR someday, maybe with a Phantom 5?!

I love the DSLR look (shallow DOF), but it has some uncomfortable things you have to work around (or find a combination that overcomes this) for video.
1. Stabilization (get a stabilized lens or body and possibly a gimbal + tripod)
2. AF (get a body with on chip phase detection and a decent AF lens)

But if you find a way to work around that you will be making beautiful shots
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Thanks for looking into it!
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Montfrooij Posted at 2017-11-12 09:57
I love the DSLR look (shallow DOF), but it has some uncomfortable things you have to work around (or find a combination that overcomes this) for video.
1. Stabilization (get a stabilized lens or body and possibly a gimbal + tripod)
2. AF (get a body with on chip phase detection and a decent AF lens)

Hopefully, future cameras will address those uncomfortable things. I've seen reviews of the GH5 being really awesome with terrible auto-focus and low-light perf. I guess we can't have everything, yet!
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Raincast Posted at 2017-11-13 16:42
Hopefully, future cameras will address those uncomfortable things. I've seen reviews of the GH5 being really awesome with terrible auto-focus and low-light perf. I guess we can't have everything, yet!

Yes, that is probably true.
Sony and Panasonic make (on paper at least) great camera's for video (and probably also for video), but I am really hooked to Nikon.
Just love their lenses and body's!
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I did one of these in August...
Was first time and was under control of a photographer...


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EndlessOK Posted at 2017-11-19 09:42
I did one of these in August...
Was first time and was under control of a photographer...

Cool! It's pretty tricky to do shots close to obstacles like the bridge and some trees as flying the drone is stressful enough!
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