Los Angeles From Above Tauheed Ahmad April 23, 2015 Videos 859 Well, I got an amazing opportunity to fly over Los Angeles at sunrise and again at sunset with my friends at Commonwealth Pictures: commonwealthpictures.com/. The A-Camera was fixed on the left side of the helicopter and was using a Tyler Pogo Stabilizer which I’m extremely impressed with! However, i was shooting B-Camera on the right side leaning my body and my camera out the side of the helicopter which was real fun! Even i was using a hand-held Kenyon 6 x 6 stabilizers, which I’m fully satisfied and happy with! The battery died about 2/3rds of the way through my flight, so on my second flight I decide to bring two. The 6 x 6 was just hardly powerful enough to counteract the shake of the helicopter; I recommend finding a bigger one. It was my New Year’s resolution this year to get an attractive shot of me dangling my feet out of a helicopter! Unnecessary to say I got that shot twice! Everything was shot on the Dragon in 6K at 60fps, mostly at 250ISO except for the darker situations where I went up to 1280ISO, and i shot the first run with a Canon 24-70mm and the second run with a Canon 16-35mm. The track I used is called “Glimpse” by Helios Los Angeles from Above from Patrick Lawler on Vimeo. Related PostsFly Over Manhattan in a HelicopterAlaska PerspectiveMono Lake California USAThe Royal Beauty of EgyptThe Strange Hessdalen Lights Phenomenon“Into The Atmosphere” Time-lapse Video By Michael Shainblum Breathtaking Beauty of Planet EarthIguazù Falls By Erwin OlmosDiscover Chile in 90 Seconds10 Amazing Places On Earth You Won’t Believe Are Real4K “Seen By My Eyes”, Hong Kong Time-lapse By FransoGlimpse of Southern Norway by Morten Berg Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.