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Luicasanova
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This weekend i was at my beach house, making some images.

The sea color was visualy blue, but the images from DJI was capturing green.

What kind of filter would help me, or the altitude + sun light comming back from the ocean will always bring me different colors?

One picture is from my iphone to show the color of the water and with the mavic pro the green color.

Sorry i'm little bit rusty with my english.


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http://imgur.com/a/YwkWY

Thank you
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Ex Machina
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Exposure can affect color saturation which can emphasize certain colors over others, but I suspect what you are seeing is also due to your angle of view. Note the third shot in your set which shows the Mavic field of view at an angle to the ocean, and how the top part of the frame looks more blue.

Shallow water allows sand to reflect back it's color, casting the color of the water, enhanced when viewed from above.

A polarizer is often used to reduce water reflections and haze, so might be something to try.

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MRD Mavic
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PolarPro ND16, I mostly used at ocean views
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Luicasanova
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MRD Mavic Posted at 2017-4-25 11:21
PolarPro ND16, I mostly used at ocean views

Thank you gouys.

I'll try it
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willhay555
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No filters required for stills.
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willhay555 Posted at 2017-4-26 12:22
No filters required for stills.

They are not required but they will help!
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