Today’s episode is all about improving the color in your aerial photographs and videos. After all, if you’re operating a drone business, you’ll want to make sure that your clients are getting a product that they love. One way to do this is by optimizing the colors in your drone videos.
In order to help you create the best drone videos, we explain how colors are captured on video. We explain how camera sensors work and how to utilize the best camera settings to optimize your colors. We also discuss using filters to get a lush color profile in your drone videos. Thanks to Cory in San Antonio for the question! Fly safe!
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[05:21] Today’s question is about improving the colors of your aerial photographs and videos
[06:20] How does the size of the sensor affect the quality of your photographs?
[07:19] What is the difference between a APS-C sensor and a 1 inch sensor?
[08:25] Does a bigger sensor always yield better results in mapping?
[08:29] Is the Inspire 2 X5S Combo a good option for mapping applications?
[08:57] Reviewing the new Solo with the Sony R10-C and APS-C sensor for mapping applications
[09:55] Discussing the capabilities of the Exmor 2 sensor in the Yuneec H 520 with regards to mapping applications
[12:08] Learn why Paul prefers to always fly with the ND-16 filter during daytime
[13:05] Are there tools to determine which filter you need to use depending on the amount of light?
[14:10] Tips and tricks to shoot in heavily shadowed areas
[16:17] Are there other filters apart from the ND-16 that you can use?
[17:04] Are there instances where you are better off shooting without a filter?