Mastering Drone Footage – PART 2 – Editing Tips

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PART I – Shoot Aerial Video Like a Pro:
PART III – Grade Low-Cost Aerial Video:

Low cost drones have revolutionized the way we think about aerial video, but often the results are easily distinguishable from professional aerial shots. So how do you improve aerial video coming from a low cost drone camera? This was the question I asked myself when I edited my footage from the DJI Inspire 1.

I spent a week filming with an entry level drone and I spent a lot of time figuring out how to make the best out of the footage I had. Here's the second part of my 3-part video tutorial on mastering drone footage.


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One thought on “Mastering Drone Footage – PART 2 – Editing Tips

  • August 22, 2016 at 5:34 pm

    I already explained this in part I of the series, the possibilities of the  DJI Inspire 1  were really impressive for me, very easy to use, very affordable and very powerful in terms of its ergonomics and the intelligent flight modes. I highly recommend using this drone if you consider going into aerial videography. As you can see though, just using the built-in 4K camera opens up a lot of possibilities for low cost shooters. If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to ask.


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