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DJ Free

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So I am planning on doing outdoor sets in amazing locations like waterfalls mountain overlook towers historical locations but I am not savvy with video production. I've bin following DJs that already do this and its amazing . are you interested in type of sets or do you disagree with this idea.
 

Jeff Romard

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So I am planning on doing outdoor sets in amazing locations like waterfalls mountain overlook towers historical locations but I am not savvy with video production. I've bin following DJs that already do this and its amazing . are you interested in type of sets or do you disagree with this idea.
You're thinking about doing Music Video outdoors?
 

DJ Free

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Yes outdoor live sets with drone and hand video . my hope would be to involve as many DJs possible to help showcase them with an amazing background. its very cost effective only need small crew like five people to setup . then you post it online with the location name. boom you can be famous overnight . or for me another great video to watch and chill with. I think I have watched Asia & gioli a thousand times.
 

Scott Hanna

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I'm certainly no video expert, but I'd think it would cost some significant money to do a pro looking video. Especially a music video. When the audio isn't playing and recorded well,it can sound bad.

Then the time to film and edit the video.
 

logisticalstyles

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The hardest part will be syncing up your drone footage since it won't have audio recorded. Some drones will let you record audio from the phone app which can be helpful but mine doesn't have that feature. I have been trying to do this over the spring and summer with varied results, mainly because I am a one man show and it can be hard to coordinate everything. With a five person crew your results will be better. The best bet would be to use the drone to capture b-roll stuff that doesn't need to be synced with the music. If the DJs are just mixing music then it won't be as much of an issue but if this is a turntablist/scratch video then you will want to have the video synced up with the audio. What equipment are you using? I was using a DJI Mavic mini and two iPhones, one of which is in a DJI Osmo Mobile3 gimbal.
 

Scott Hanna

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These places aren't going to require you to have insurance for these type of places and events, let alone having drones flying around?

Don't want to be a negative nelly, but I gotta say, this sounds like a pretty grand operation to be pulling off for free