It is common for drone video to be a little less than stable, especially as we track a subject in a shot. Lucky, we can fix this problem in post with scale and position techniques in Adobe After Effects. That’s what you’ll learn in this tutorial. Make sure to download the 4K example clip included in the project file so you can follow along!

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It is quite common to film at higher shutter speeds when filming with a drone. At higher altitudes this really doesn’t cause issues because the terrain is moving by so slowly. However when flying closer to trees or the ground, this can cause a strobing effect on the footage that can be distracting. We can reduce this by adding realistic motion blur to our footage in Adobe After Effects.

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The growth for potential drone uses has been unlike any other in recent memory, not only in the video sector, but in the entire technology sector as well. This means that there a new uses for drones being discovered almost daily. We are going to look at a few that relate to photo and video services, some of which could open up your existing production services to new markets.

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Achieving high-dynamic range shots with a drone can be tricky because the camera sensors on drones are often not as flexible as those in a DSLR or higher-end video camera. (Mainly because drones have to carry much smaller cameras!) So filming in a “flat” picture profile or a “log format” can allow us to get a bit more dynamic-range in our shot.

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