Why Fly Backwards?
Sometimes when you're flying forward the props get in the shot, and that basically ruins the shot because you're seeing the props spinning and it's creating like this flickering effect, and I'm gonna demonstrate that really quick. So right there, on the edges, the left and the right you can see my props spinning. It's faint, but it's enough to be annoying, so if you really wanted to get this shot pushing towards the mountains, a great way to not even have to think about the props, is to instead fly backwards, pulling back on the right stick and then you can just reverse it in post, so this a great way to get shots without having to worry about the props. Do it backwards, as long as obviously it's not a car, and it's going the wrong way, that may look at little weird. But if you don't have anything like that in it, shoot it going backwards and then you can reverse it in post, so I'll demonstrate that now. I'm flying backwards, and because the drone is tilted the opposite direction, ther...
e's no props in the shot. So that's a great tip for getting shots without having to worry about the props ruining it.