Justin Case

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  1. How to shoot and post process day to night time lapses shot against the sun. Two methods for advanced Holy Grail timelapses with and without ND filters https://youtu.be/ilcdFNrtB0M
  2. Drone rules UK: where can you fly (if anywhere) [video]

    Thank you Ian, where are you based?
  3. Drone rules UK: where can you fly (if anywhere) [video]

    Hi Andrew, I agree with you: I always keep the drone in sight, also I never went above 300 FT, even though the regulations allow for 400. Still, if you are filming 20m up does not get you very far: there are some very interesting shots flying extremely low, but most video I do is in the range 60-80 meters
  4. Drone rules UK: where can you fly (if anywhere) [video]

    Hi Sally, I have received a lot of feedback about this video. Many people told me that the situation in Scotland is particoularly good for drones: non as many by laws as down here. I would really love to come to spend a couple of weeks in that beautiful part of the world with my bird
  5. The journey of a recreational drone flyer to find an inch of space where to legally fly. Watch this if you intend to buy a drone https://youtu.be/1Ix8vLaNLEI
  6. How to shoot and post process day to night time lapses. Deeper into Holy Grail ramping exposure using different methods https://youtu.be/JiV0bqskTgc
  7. Is it still worth buying a drone in the UK? Do you need a permit or licence for posting in YouTube or for stock video or Photography? Have a laugh on me!!! https://youtu.be/huOeNQDTe4w
  8. LRTimelapse 5 video review

    My review of LRTimelapse, not only for day to night transitions, but also for all sort of timelapses https://youtu.be/U5qlzvO04Mk
  9. London in the air, short movie with music, 4k DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone footage https://youtu.be/RZ1eAfjzD0Y
  10. Photoshop Blending Modes tutorial

    How to use Blending Modes in Photoshop for layers interaction https://youtu.be/G_MuL61lNJA
  11. Stock photography, how to move to video footage

    Very good post, I agree with all you say. I would add that regarding the wear to the shutter, most cameras this days have electronic shutter and as far as I know it does not wear out. And I agree, absolutely no point to go with the big G for video
  12. Stock photography, how to move to video footage

    Hi Alex, your timelapses have improved a lot recently. Video sales take a very long time to materialise, so be patient. I would go for longer clips: 10-20 seconds, they sell much better. You would get much better results if you create motion blur. In your timelapse including cars or people your shutter speed should be at least 1/2 second or slower (if shooting in full daylight you need ND filters for that); at the moment you are shooting at least at 1/20 or even faster. Try to look for day with good clouds (I know it is not easy in Milan, where the sky tend to be greish), or shoot close to sunrise or sunset
  13. How to shoot and post process day to night time lapses.This tutorial is meant as an introduction to holy grail without exposure rampinghttps://youtu.be/5XFduDM9A3A
  14. Stock photography, how to move to video footage

    Ahahahah, once they asked me for a model release for the Royal pavilion in Brighton (which of course is not copyrighted), I told them that I had written to king George IV, but he had not replied yet
  15. Stock photography, how to move to video footage

    Hi Spacecadet, I believe that those night images of the Eiffel tower at night are all for sale as editorial, which is allowed. The copyright for the lights is only for commercial use, editorial is still allowed