Aerial cinematography and the technology of drones is one of the most magnificent advancements photography and video industry has seen. Ability to capture the world from an otherwise missed perspective – bird-eye viewpoints.
Drones have revolutionized photography and videography. Their rotor-driven quad-copter versatility gives access to unique perspectives and compositions that would have previously been impossible or far too expensive. With altitude on my side, I can discover transformed landscapes and awe-inspiring views from a bird’s-eye view that photographers without a drone can’t access.
Drones are extremely fun to play with, still, learning to pilot, investing in the drone itself, paying for the respective batteries and other accessories, as well as navigating legal regulations can be overwhelming. Many people ask me if it is hard to fly a drone. Thanks to modern technologies everyone can become a “pilot” in a few hours, getting beautiful and cinematic drone footage or high-quality stills can be challenging. The best drone shots take advantage of the unique compositions you wouldn’t get from the ground while adhering to the principles for what makes a great image. Thoughtful composition and consideration of light will take the footage beyond the initial aerial-view “wow” factor and make it stand out in its own right.
The following price list contains my minimal terms for some of the most common scenarios. The prices may vary depending on the complexity of the tasks and the duration of the work commitment.
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DJI Phatom 4 Pro
The Phantom 4 Pro is my go-to workhorse. It may not be the latest model in the DJI product portfolio but still offers top quality imagery compared to its rivals from the Mavic lineup.