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  1. To end the year of 2016, my friend Mark and I decided to head west on an adventure and to shoot some beautiful Californian landscape footage exclusively on the DJI Mavic Pro. See where we've been. Song: "Mountain Game" by Animal Collective Follow me on Social Media: http://instagram.com/photo.corey http://www.coreymachado.com Check out Mark's Channel: http://bit.ly/2ir4May
  2. Hey all! I'm pretty familiar with the different aerial shooting options out there but wondering if anyone knows a nice, rentable unit that I can attach a Black Magic Pocket Camera to that won't require hiring an owner/operator.
  3. Just used this company for some aerial filming and they are brill! check em out http://cineflite.com
  4. Hello. I want to take this opportunity to introduce our services at www.seatoskycam.com We offer 1 axis cable cam systems for cinema or broadcast and can carry up to 200 pounds of camera gear. We have multiple systems from small RC cable cam drones to systems that can stretch 2500 feet long and use high speed winches that achieve 55m/hr uphill. We can set up these A to B rigs on any slope from horizontal to vertical. Our office is located in Vancouver B.C. but we are available for service worldwide. Thank you
  5. I just watched the movie again, with commentary by Derek Cianfrance this time, and although he mentioned those overhead shots (when Luke is riding his bike, or Jason is), he didn't mention what they used to do those. I'd like to know if anyone here knows how they did those aerial, overhead shots, it can't be a crane considering it's not completely smooth, and shakes a bit. PLEASE HELP ME ! :D
  6. I am in pre-production of a film at the moment that will require an 'aerial work platform' and a lighting rig to imitate moonlight above a wooded area. It's part of an ambitious project and none of the crew members have had any experience with this kind of set-up other than our University, Greenwich, is often a film set (twice a month) and we often see similar set-ups, for a beginner with this kind of project, what would you recommend? Extra info: filming in an area in the UK where no films have ever been made and its a bit of a novelty. Some rough terrain and at least 400ft to the nearest power supply if we get the location we would like. Currently we are looking at a 60ft high platform holding a single 12k Arri HMI Fresnel. Any advice will be hugely appreciated (I understand that I have recently posted in a similar topic however it was 6 years old and I would prefer much more recent experience as advice)
  7. Hey everyone, So I have been working long and hard all summer to perfect my drone for capturing aerial video and here is some of the shots I have captured over the summer. The helicopter is capable of carrying around 6lb, and will carry a RED Epic or C300. The rotor on the helicopter is about 6 feet and the total weight is about 18lbs. Most of this video is actually just shot with a Panasonic X900m ($1000 prosumer camera) but I have found that is it incredible for this purpose. skyeyemedia.com Enjoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDFwB87IqEY Cheers, Chris
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