In this winter early spring weather, it’s hard to find motivation to fly... especially when there’s lots of cloud cover... one part of my flying is testing things out... As you don’t always have to have great weather to try a new function or testing updates... Flying for the sake of learning is a great way to get to know your DJI go app or it’s functions... As become proficient in finding how to change camera settings as well as flight characteristics or testing signal interference and signal strengths becomes second nature... Being a great pilot for me is to quickly change things and having the confidence to do so in a middle of a shoot because time is money... Quickly changing things also helps to find your preferences for example I used to fly standard expos and now readjust them to my cinematic preferences... also different in high winds and close quarter flying... So don’t knock off flying because it’s dull outside... use it to your learning advantage...
2 303 hours ago
I wanted to explore more of this place and I remember losing my signal when I was flying too far away! Lucky the return to fly home works!
Went out with @AMGstudio early today to practice flying our drones. It never hurts to keep practicing our current skills and strive to better ourselves at the craft: If you're not moving forward, sooner or later you begin to move backward.
Look at this nerd flying his drone while some beautiful woman praising the sun...☀️☀️ Jokes a side. This was probably my favorite edit so far I don't say that because of my lovely flatmates dancing around. Rather because everything from footage, to cut, to music goes together hand in hand so amazingly. I can't even describe it in a word. 😍😍 @maddymcindoe@miaazanabi@luchirdt
Busy day on Friday, we completed the first months progress report on a site in Windsor. This included, aerial video and photos, 2D orthomosaics, digital elevation models and 3D model. We also installed a DSLR time-lapse system.
3 16517 hours ago
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