Moving on from an my old dopp kit that I inherited from my grandfather.
TOP 5 DRONE EFFECTS TO USE WHEN EDITING
I TAUGHT MYSELF HOW TO SALVAGE MY DRONE VIDEOS. IT CHANGED THE WAY I EDIT.
I started editing just coming home from my last trip. I then proceeded to transfer my shots from my memory cards to Final Cut Pro. After reviewing my shots I find that the drone footage I was so stoked to edit came out a bit half-baked, mediocre, nuthin special or just plain dull. I thought I did a decent job at the time I was recording but turns out it wasn't.
I've been whipped by ugly footage from time to time and I've found out a way to not hit the delete button. I taught myself how to salvage my boring drone footage and polish it up to be something a bit more valuable. Here are some of the best effects I use to salvage and even create a better video.
5. Crazy Tiny Planet Effect - Final Cut Pro X
Turn a normal shot into a tiny planet!
Polar effect Download link: https://sellfy.com/p/LzZo/
4.Map Zoom In/Out Effect - Final Cut Pro X
In this video I'm going to show you how i do the speed ramp effect/transition.
2. Helicopter Swoop Effect - Advanced Drone Shot Editing - Final Cut Pro X
I'm going to show you how to turn a straight drone shot into a cool speed ramped swoop shot!
1. VERTIGO EFFECT! DOLLY ZOOM in FINAL CUT PRO X
In this Final Cut Pro X, I show you guys how to do a Vertigo Effect otherwise known as a Dolly Zoom! This is super cool if you have any sort of zooming in or out shots! Drone shots work really well! Try and shoot in either 2.7K or 4K because you are going to have to digitally crop your shot in FCPX!
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REPUTATION IS EVERYTHING
In the business world, and on Upwork, your past work experience speaks volumes to future clients. The Job Success score is a measure of your reputation on Upwork. A freelancer’s history of success impacts their ranking in search in the marketplace and may be considered by clients who are deciding whether to engage them.
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BEFORE TAKING ON A NEW PROJECT
It’s great to be enthusiastic and passionate about your work. However, that doesn’t mean you should agree to (or submit proposals for) every project that comes your way. Be selective and focus on the projects you can perform well—and get done on time. Here are five more tips to help you land new projects.
1. Understand the job
Make sure you know the scope of the project and skills that are required to accomplish it. Do they match up with your expertise? Make sure.
2. Check your availability
Understand the deadlines and ensure you have the time to complete the project successfully. Consider your other commitments and deadlines, and plan accordingly.
3. Make it clear why you’re the right fit
It’s not enough to know you can do the work. You need to show the client why you’re the best fit. Use your profile and introductory letter to show off your experience, demonstrate your skills, and make it easy for the client to choose you.
4. Screen your client
Interview the client while they interview you. Make sure you understand what they’re looking for. If you get a feeling that it’s not going to be the right match, don’t take the project.
5. Manage your time
There are only so many hours in the day. Be realistic about how much you’ll be able to accomplish; you simply can’t do it all. Only take on projects you’ll be able to do well and complete on time.
STARTING A NEW PROJECT
Before you begin working, it’s critical to make sure your new project gets off to a great start—communication is key. Here are a few best practices that have worked for other freelancers.
1. Have a kickoff meeting
Whether you meet via Skype, phone, or a Google Hangout, be sure to agree to the deliverables that are needed and the deadlines.
2. Determine how you’ll work together
During your kickoff meeting, consider letting your client know how you’ll communicate with them going forward. You may also want to communicate when, and at what points, you’ll update the client on your progress.
3. Set deadlines
Be sure to talk about and decide on the first few deadlines with your client. If the deliverable deadlines are not set forth in your service contract, it’s a good idea to get them in writing in Messages on Upwork, so you can easily reference them again later.
4. Make sure you have what you need
Put together a list of all the questions you have. You can go over this list during your kickoff meeting. In addition to your questions, are there any passwords, permissions, and contact information you’ll need? Gather everything needed to get started, and ask the client about all of it at once.
5. Be realistic
If you realize at any time that you won’t be able to complete the project, inform your client right away so they can plan accordingly.
DURING THE PROJECT
Communication, respect, and responsiveness are critical to forming a successful working relationship.
1. Be proactive
You may want to communicate with your client and let them know you’re on track to complete their project—even if your client doesn’t ask you to.
2. Respect deadlines
Agree with your client on due dates and make sure you make them. If for some reason you won’t be able to meet a deadline, communicate with your client immediately to let them know when you’ll be able to complete the work.
3. Ask questions
When in doubt, ask. If you have a question, don’t be afraid to reach out to the client. It’s important to be proactive and confident that your work is on the right track.
4. Be responsive
When your client reaches out, consider responding within a day. Clients might get concerned if they don’t hear from a freelancer promptly.
5. Request feedback
Asking for feedback about your work deliverables will help demonstrate to the client that you’re eager to deliver high-quality work and may lead to another engagement with the client.
AT THE END OF THE PROJECT
First impressions can help you win a contract. Final impressions can make or break the feedback you receive and whether the client engages you again in the future. Make sure both are equally positive.
1. Be sure the client is happy
When you submit your final deliverable, ask your client to let you know what they think of your work and if it meets their expectations. Be open to fixing it if necessary. If you do five-star work every time, your clients will rate you highly and be much more likely to work with you again.
2. Let the client end the contract
When you submit your final work and the client approves it, recommend that they end the contract. Clients often leave feedback about your business when they close a contract. Positive feedback can boost your score and is likely to make a good impression on other potential clients in the Upwork marketplace.
Start putting these tips to work for you. Find a new project now to tackle on Upwork.
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