Discussion in 'Aerial Photography' started by Destin, Jan 10, 2018.
I guess, the things people will do.
From a couple of days ago:
Drone drug drop thwarted at B.C. prison
@Destin saw this on the news tonight. No more "hey hold my beer and watch this" in NJ Drinking and droning is now illegal in New Jersey - CNN
Also saw this a few weeks ago. New toy for law enforcement DroneGun
Interesting. I'll be sure to not fly anywhere that it becomes a problem lol.
Drove half an hour up to Point Breeze, an inlet on Lake Ontario. Captured these photos:
Wow! This is great stuff, Destin. What camera and lens are you using for this type of work?
This is the built in camera on the DJI Phantom 4 pro. It's a 1" backlit CMOS censor with (I think) and 8.5mm lens. The real magic in DJI drones is just how amazing the gimbal is at stabilizing the image, even in fast or turbulent flight. I can shoot an image at 1/60th of a second in pretty fast winds and it still gets me sharp images.
OK, now I'm gonna have to slap the drone out of you..... stop it!!!!! Your making me go to B & H now, your getting reflections.... WOW.... the 2nd one reminds me of my first wife....
Great stuff! Really like that last set and the forest. The forest reminded me of something I saw on tv quite a while ago and thought you might be interested. Its truly amazing. . The video from the drone is spectacular.
Man that’s phenomenal.
The drone is really forcing me to learn video shooting and editing. I’m working on a few video projects slowly. I’ll share them when they’re done.
Will you be changing your name to 'StealthFlyer' or such? Wow, great maneuvers!
I really like the photos especially the view of the trees!
My Mavik arrived the other day and I took it to the backyard in 'beginner' mode so it would only go 90' in any direction. Just getting started but feels like fun..
Yes! Now I’m not alone! Can’t wait to see the photos you get with it!
I am debating getting rid of my current Instagram account and starting a new one that’s 100% drone photos. They seem to be more popular.
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