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Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Sun Nov 19, 2017 6:27 pm
by Torkie
Here’s a link to my channel. Most of the compilation clips are in the can for the end of the year, so here’s a link to the end of 2015 flying season video, I watch this every time the weather doesn’t play ball.....



http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9531E15F17FE8F19

Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Sat Dec 23, 2017 1:00 pm
by samprice11
Hi all,
Here was my first attempt at trying to produce an in flight video from a couple of years ago while I was doing my qualifying cross country out of Wellesbourne:



I’d be interested to hear any feedback on the editing, hints and tips, etc. Personally, I think a major improvement would have been if I’d had a couple more GoPro camera’s filming different views (e.g. close in on the 6 pack of the panel and view out under a wing maybe). This would have allowed a bit of variation in the views and would have made it a bit more interesting visually. Any other thoughts or suggestions?

Thanks,
Sam

Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Tue Dec 26, 2017 7:32 am
by ParisTexas
Flying to the beautiful island of Elba in Italy



Thanks
Rob

Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Sun Dec 31, 2017 4:43 pm
by Nick T
Here’s my obligatory ‘end of year’ compilation...



An enjoyable first full year of flying, since qualifying in August ‘16.

Here’s to 2018 and wherever it (literally) takes me :)

Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:33 am
by Moli
Just back from visiting New Zealand for a few weeks. Whilst I was there I spent a few days flying out of Wanaka with Instructor and all round top bloke Pete Hendriks. I had an amazing time, Pete and his lovely wife Julie were so brilliant and yes I did fly into Milford Sound and no there is no video of it as I am a muppet and set the Gopro to take stills by mistake :oops: (see end image)
Anyone thinking of of doing some flying out there I would recommend dropping Pete a line at info@nzflyingadventures.com and see what he has to offer.
ATB
Moli



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Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:48 am
by Norma
Alex flew over Miami with Nick from Friendly Skies Film. Check it out!


Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:17 am
by madmaveric
Finally got it in the air (well the test pilot did).
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Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Sat Mar 17, 2018 4:25 pm
by davef77
Starting to look like this will be my "Free Known" sequence for Advanced competitions this year, or something very much like it.

Figures 2, 4, 6, 8 & 10 are mandatory. The order in which they are flown and the remaining 5 figures I can choose myself up to a limiting difficulty ('K') factor of 320.

My early season practice feels like it is going well, as I try to get ready for the more demanding competition at my new level.

I am excited at the prospect, but my expectations for this season are modest, "Advanced Level" is a big step up for me and a very competitive category with some excellent pilots flying in it.

I am reasonably pleased with the flying in this practice session. My flying is starting to be quite calm between manoeuvres, which looks nice, I think, my rolls and flick-rolls are reasonably crisp and I am starting to know my plane a lot better after a season, last year, of (largely) familiarisation. Need to work more on improving the positioning though.

Oh, and spot the small flock of large birds that flash past quiet close after I level from the warm-up figure :shock: They were quite close! :pale:


Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:26 pm
by CloudHound
Awesome Dave,

Two points. On exiting some figures your wings were not aligned with the horizon. Also........

how the hell did you concentrate with the guy in the back playing tenor sax?

Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Fri May 11, 2018 3:25 pm
by flyinfox
After a couple of busy hot days what better way to cool down than a calm evening leisurely local flight in the Foxbat.

Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Fri May 11, 2018 10:57 pm
by davef77
A couple of weeks ago I missed the competition at Breighton. Me and a lot of others, the weather was rotten down South. In my case my aeroplane was offline anyway.

Got my plane back this week and thought that I would give the first Advanced Unknown a try in practice.

It was a tricky one. Lots and lots of room for improvement in this flight, but there are a few bits I was reasonably pleased with. Fig 1 looks reasonable to me, then it goes downhill a bit from there :wink:

I had the Cessna flying through in sight pretty early on, so I was comfortable to continue.


Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Sun May 13, 2018 4:58 pm
by Norma

Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:21 pm
by JonnyS
LAA Rally 2018

I didn't go hard at it in terms of content capture or editing, but here's a quick peak at the rally from my perspective.


Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Thu Sep 06, 2018 4:05 pm
by Floobie
Here’s my first flying video on my new channel:




Re: Amateur Flying Video Challenge

PostPosted:Sun May 19, 2019 11:36 am
by Martinbguk
Tri Pacer Hinton to Wolverhampton and back.
360 degree video.

Press "shift" and "-" to zoom out to a wider view.