Feedback Needed What about occasional shots like this in future videos?

DB Moto

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That engine sounds HUGE! Distracted, okay.

That’s a hard one. It’s a very cool shot, but the motion dynamics are also very distracting from the core story. My first thought would be a quick-cut montage that skips between different angles, such as when cutting to the beats of music. However you need multiple angles ready for that. A montage used to break footage up in the middle of a video, perhaps?

I hope that makes sense. I just woke up...
 

HippoDrone

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It is a cracking perspective. It looked amazing through the trees. Kinda agree with @DB Moto about using it as shorter clips to cut away from a narrative or to show a vista. Also using shorter clips will have people wondering how you did it and it'd cut away before they figured it out! ;)
 

themagpie

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I third @DB Moto and @HippoDrone , It's a rad angle, but the shaking (or what I assume is the image stabilization trying compensate for the vibration) makes me a little queesy looking at it for too long. So probably cool to use as short b shot but not for more than a couple seconds in my opinion. :)
 

HRMV

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Aye I agree with others, short clips to break up other footage. Think Teapot uses this angle quite well with his Insta for that exact purpose.
 
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