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This was shot last night, Phantom 4, at Mueller Park in Bountiful, Utah, on a Mountain Bike ride.

Enjoy


2017-10-12 09:42:45
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Mark The Droner
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That is some serious color.  
2017-10-12 09:46:46
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AlanHd
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Almost lost for words, so many beautiful colours.
2017-10-12 09:47:04
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ALABAMA
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Explosive!  I wish it was longer.
2017-10-12 10:36:47
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Just fantastic. You can stand on the ground for ever and not realise whats really there.
2017-10-12 12:27:19
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ALABAMA Posted at 2017-10-12 10:36
Explosive!  I wish it was longer.

Thanks, I'll have a longer version within a couple of days, I'll be sure to add it to this thread
2017-10-12 12:49:14
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Amazing colours.
Looking forward to the longer version
2017-10-12 13:22:42
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justin_mcvideo Posted at 2017-10-12 12:49
Thanks, I'll have a longer version within a couple of days, I'll be sure to add it to this thread


Yes, please do that.
2017-10-12 15:34:50
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Okay.  I just showed this amazing video to my wife.  She says the video guy almost certainly used some kinda fancy computerized colorizing technique to change the colors and make them more varied.  Because the colors are not natural, she said.  I chuckled and asked her how on earth somebody could do that?  What kind of crazy-ass computer program does that without destroying the sharpness and integrity of the video?  She went on and on - yada yada yada.  I reminded her that she grew up in New England which is a long friggin' way from Utah.  She still is not convinced.  For the record, she has zero experience in videography and very little experience with anything that involves electricity.  

I believe it's a completely natural video.  

OP - a penny for your thoughts...
2017-10-12 16:08:06
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Amazing! It looks like a colorful painting. Thanks for sharing with us!
2017-10-12 18:54:46
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Wow, beautiful colors Good job!
2017-10-12 21:30:32
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Very splendid spot, thanks for sharing.
2017-10-13 04:00:24
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Very nice.  
2017-10-13 04:19:23
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beautiful colors!
2017-10-13 04:53:56
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That's amazing
2017-10-13 05:22:00
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Mark The Droner Posted at 2017-10-12 16:08
Okay.  I just showed this amazing video to my wife.  She says the video guy almost certainly used some kinda fancy computerized colorizing technique to change the colors and make them more varied.  Because the colors are not natural, she said.  I chuckled and asked her how on earth somebody could do that?  What kind of crazy-ass computer program does that without destroying the sharpness and integrity of the video?  She went on and on - yada yada yada.  I reminded her that she grew up in New England which is a long friggin' way from Utah.  She still is not convinced.  For the record, she has zero experience in videography and very little experience with anything that involves electricity.  

I believe it's a completely natural video.  

Thanks everybody.

It's a valid point, I often get asked how much "saturation" I put into the clip.  Of course, most of us will try to optimize the footage to some degree.  I mean basically, isn't cutting a clip in itself some form of editing?

So yes, it's detailed a bit, and I try my best not to go over the top to the "fictional" realm, but in anticipation of feedback, sometimes I grab a shot of the RAW footage, or at least a look at the cached version as it came back to my tablet.

Here it is, and sure, there are some minor differences, but just for comparison, here it is straight from the camera:

2017-10-13 08:55:06
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Mark The Droner
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Thank you sir
2017-10-13 09:10:43
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