(Caution! Loud audio in the beginning of the video).
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
Panasonic Lumix 20mm 1.7
Graded and edited in Davinci Resolve Lite. Final render in Premiere Pro.
This is Gorge Metro Park, in Cuyahoga Falls. Dragged my BMPCC down to try and shoot something more substantial than the flowers around my apartment. I really lucked out on it being an overcast day. I will definitely need to get an ND filter set (as other camera owners have already mentioned). Even with the cloud cover and Autumn light, I was stopped down to F14 for a lot of these shots.
My favorite scene is the bit between the two boulders. Also, the shaking in the scenes from above the dam was due to the pontoon pier I was setup on. It would shake and wobble when people walked onto it.
Even on an overcast day, Focusing with the LCD is a pain. On the other hand, the form factor made for an easy walk down to the Dam.
Editing directly in Davinci wasn't difficult for a simple project like this. However, even with just the basic dissolve transitions I added, the rendered file Davinci created was unnecessarily huge. Between the inconsistent file sizes, and my wanting to tame the audio slightly at the start of the video, I ported the project into Premiere for some tweaking and the final render.