5 DRONE PHOTOGRAPHY Tips and Techniques!



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I’ve had a DJI Mavic Pro for the longest time but I’ve never made a video with it for you guys and I have no idea why. So in this week’s video I decided to cover everything from drone camera settings, composition and camera movements to colour and editing. Hopefully you’ll learn something from this quick tutorial. I tried to go over pretty much everything you need to know to get started with drone photography and drone videos to really take them to the next level.

Aerial photography has really been on the rise lately and it’s a ton of fun when you get into it. Who would’ve thought a couple years ago that literally anyone could become a pilot, it’s mad!

Anyway, sit back, relax and enjoy!

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40 Replies to “5 DRONE PHOTOGRAPHY Tips and Techniques!”

  1. Cezar's Droning Time

    Great tips and tricks my friend. I already started to use some of this in my videos and it really changes a lot. Now my footage is crisp and clear. Thank you for sharing with us. Cheers and have a perfect weekend.

  2. Kris Adams TV

    Thanks for taking the time to come up with these tips and share them. YouTube is an amazing place to get great info that helps take our own video game to the next level. Keep sharing and building the community. 💪

  3. Moz Empire

    Your closed caption has been hacked, and shows default Korean, which, when translated back to English is random gibberish comments.
    You should either disable your closed captions for this vid, or upload a correct English transcript and then lock it.

  4. rudydoyle

    Nice tips, but 2 things.
    1-You cant adjust your horizon. The horizon is always at eye level no matter what the elevation is.
    2- In Premiere you should select set to frame size not scale to frame size. If you scale to frame size you will lose all those extra pixels when zooming in.

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