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Add dramatic effect to your sunset photos
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carlosbsantana
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Check this quick edit video I made to give your sunsets and clouds that 'dramatic' effect.


2017-2-21
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dronist
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That is loooooong but nice example. Thx for sharing!
2017-2-21
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Shaun Yi
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Thanks for sharing carlosbsantana. So the amazing sunset photos I see on the Internet mostly have been edited. That make me feel a little better, cuz I thought it was my bad skill that can't make a good photo.(LOL)
2017-2-21
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DJI-Jamie
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Nice tutorial, thanks for sharing.
2017-2-21
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Fruxen
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Great tips. Everyone should use those sliders and move them up and down and see what happens. The only slider I try to avoid is the Contrast setting. I find that adjusting the shadows and highlights seperately usually creates a better result.

In the end of the video he/she adjust the lens distortion and I actually don't agree that this is a good thing to do. Every slightest movement of the pixels in a image makes you lose sharpness and details, and this image have already been distorted once with the rotation to begin with. I think the lens distortion in the DJI cameras is overall already good enough, and in landscape photography you lose more image quality than you gain by adjusting it. It might be useful in a city photo though where you really want everything to be completely straight.
2017-2-22
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Matt-and-Riley
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Would be nice if you explained what you were doing in the video, hard work trying to follow your mouse pointer and guess whats happening.
2017-2-22
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carlosbsantana
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Matt-and-Riley Posted at 2017-2-22 03:51
Would be nice if you explained what you were doing in the video, hard work trying to follow your mouse pointer and guess whats happening.

this was was my first video of that kind, I thought about that and have been thinking about starting a series of tutorials from personal preferences
2017-2-22
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carlosbsantana
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Fruxen Posted at 2017-2-22 00:02
Great tips. Everyone should use those sliders and move them up and down and see what happens.  The only slider I try to avoid is the Contrast setting. I find that adjusting the shadows and highlights seperately usually creates a better result.

In the end of the video he/she adjust the lens distortion and I actually don't agree that this is a good thing to do. Every slightest movement of the pixels in a image makes you lose sharpness and details, and this image have already been distorted once with the rotation to begin with. I think the lens distortion in the DJI cameras is overall already good enough, and in landscape photography you lose more image quality than you gain by adjusting it. It might be useful in a city photo though where you really want everything to be completely straight.

thanks for your recommendations! will definitely  keep it in mind
2017-2-22
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RedHotPoker
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Beautiful colors you captured. Thanks for the share.



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