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7 Drone Aerial Photography Tips for Newbies

7 Drone Aerial Photography Tips for Newbies

If you’re new to aerial photography, you might feel overwhelmed by all the information that’s out there. Even experienced flyers might find it challenging to capture the perfect aerial shot. Don’t worry- this article will show you 7 tips for becoming a better drone aerial photographer.

Tip #1: Find the Right Location

First and foremost, you need to find the right shooting location. This goes for any form of photography really. The better your location, the easier it will be to capture great shots. For aerial photography, avoid places with many tall trees and power lines. This will make it difficult to concentrate since you’ll be focused on avoiding these obstacles.

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Operating Drones in the UK: Laws You Need to be Aware Of

Operating Drones in the UK: Laws You Need to be Aware Of
Very recently, a British Airways aircraft, flying over Heathrow, experienced something very bizarre. The pilot operating the flight complained that something had struck the aircraft at the front. He claimed it was an unmanned, flying object. It was later identified that the "unmanned object" was nothing else, but, a drone. Though the incident might...
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Drone Videography for Your Wedding

Drone Videography for Your Wedding
Things to Know Every couple of years, we see new trends developing with regard to weddings; and the latest trend to catch on with those about to tie the knot having a drone cover their wedding to provide a bit of aerial filming and aerial photography. What is that you ask? Well, aerial filming/photography involves the use of drones attach...
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Benefits of using drones for aerial videography and photography

FAST SET-UP

We can typically have our system ready to film or take photos in under 15 minutes.

GREEN TECHNOLOGY

The average traditional manned helicopter consumes roughly 129 litres of fuel per hour. With our electrically powered helicopters we have Zero Carbon Exhaust Emissions!

RELIABLE AND SAFE

We utilise GPS technology which has built in safety eg. If the radio signal is lost the drone will return to home.

LESS EXPENSIVE

Many of our clients would have paid 5 times as much to achieve the same shots with full-scale alternatives.