Drone Photography

I’m not one much for drones in general.  I find them to be noisy, and think they could be an invasion of privacy–I don’t think photographing in windows, peoples backyards, etc is okay, and we just don’t have enough of the public that knows photography/right-of-privacy laws and wildlife park rules that I’m enthused about the notion of this amateur craze…

BUT, in the hands of both professional photographers and educated folks, they can do some amazing things.  I’ve seen some really cool footage used for real estate photography (looking at you, Jeff!) and now this timelapse is something even a scrooge like me can appreciate.  Check out this drone video that’s been shown all over the internet this week:

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4 thoughts on “Drone Photography

  1. I saw one photographer’s mountain landscape panoramic work that was spectacular. He was adept enough to take several shots for pano stitching. This photographer in your stunning video has achieved at least one extra dimension (3-D), but with the time lapse it becomes 4-D. IMHO. And you’re not a scrooge, you are simply more disciplined than others.

  2. I saw one photographer’s mountain landscape panoramic work that was spectacular. He was adept enough to take several shots for pano stitching. This photographer in your stunning video has achieved at least one extra dimension (3-D), but with the time lapse it becomes 4-D. IMHO. And you’re not a scrooge, you are simply more disciplined than others.

  3. As a Real Estate Photographer for the last 3 years, Drone are getting more and more requested. Piglets have to be registered through FAA and have taken the “Part 107” Drone Operator test-Paul E DeVol

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    1. As Robert notes, you can get some really brilliant work done with these tools. I can see where it’s the perfect tool for Real Estate, too. And Perhaps a Drone Operator test does help, Paul, but I did just read something in the news last week about a hobby drone photographer who crashed a drone in a national park somewhere…and I have someone in my neighborhood who LOVES flying his drone in our park–but it freaks my dog out and makes it a less fun trip. Then again, I’d also be freaked if they could noiselessly creep up on you. I’ll probably continue dragging my heels on this one for a while…

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