This is pretty cool, I have yet to edit on a laptop but now that i'm getting a bit more work I will need to start adapting so I can edit on the fly or on the go.
I'll third that(lol) but I learned the hard way the importance of organizing footage. The extra time you spend doing so is well worth it.
nice list. It always amazes me when I hear stories about how a very simple small piece of equipment can save a shoot. the small things do matter in this field, its not always about the big expensive gear
nice! lol that is exactly what it looks like
I'm reading alot about this drone being limited, or its limited for pro users because of it automated system... although this can be true to some extent because manual controls obviously allow you to push any product to the max BUT I think this is not so much the case when it comes to the product as opposed to the operator. I can already see the potential in filmaking with a drone like this. the first thing that came to mind was a GTA 1 style film with the overhead view. Really you have to use your imagination because this is just like the age old debate about what is the best camera....doesnt matter if you have a $20000 camera or an iPhone, if you suck at filmmaking no piece of equipment can save you from it! If I had an extra 500 I would get it. not a bad thing to have in your tool kit!
great read. "There is never an excuse not to finish a film." should be any filmmakers motto.... my first short that I filmed 3 years ago was very close to being permanently shelved until I found the footage recently and decided to fix it up as best I could... it's easy to say "f" it when things aren't going the way we planned but that doesn't mean it shouldnt get finished...