Early in the morning we took part on a helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon in September 2010.
Unfortunately, because of my inexperience in heliflights, I used the totally wrong lens...the 70-200L.
The Heli was shaky like hell and it was a pain in the ass to keep the camera still, even if I used the stabilizer.
Additionally I had to fight with the windows and therefore a lot of reflections, so the footage I shot, was the worst, I ever had to work with.
After Effects did a great job in stabilizing all the stuff, but the results are not really convincing to me.
(but that´s really up to me;)
Last but not least, I got damn sick and were´nt able to concentrate anymore, so here´s what I was able to get out of all the stuff ;)
.Canon EOS 7D,
.Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ38
.Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 USM L IS,
Shot at ISO 100, 1/50, f5.6-8, 23.976 fps, flat picture style, edited in Canopus Edius, graded and stabilized in After Effects.
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