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Aerial Photographer Uses Unique Perspective in Pandemic-Inspired Conceptual Photography Series
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DJI has once again created the most convenient and innovative camera companion for travelers and creators. There’s a reason why the best things come in small packages.
4 Tips for Editing Drone Photos in Lightroom
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Top 5 Spots in the World to Take Photographs
Rafaelle Cabras Keller shares a list of beautiful landscape locations and provides shooting and editing techniques so that you can create your own amazing landscape photos!
Book Feature | Eyes Over the World – The Most Spectacular Drone Photography
It seems everyone has a drone, but not everybody captures images like these. Dirk Dallas’s new book, “Eyes Over the World: The Most Spectacular Drone Photography” delivers an inspiring collection of over 200 #fromwhereidrone aerial photos captured from the sky over all seven continents!
3 Quick Tips to Help You Take Better Drone Photos and Videos
Dirk Dallas has learned plenty through trial and error in five years of capturing drone imagery. Here are 3 tips to spare you from the errors and help you take better drone photos & videos. You can also catch Dirk at WPPI 2020 in February in Las Vegas (find more details in the article).
CA Man Fined $20,000 for Drone Footage Over the Las Vegas Strip
Some lessons are learned the easy way, and some are learned the hard way. For many drone footage pilots and drone photographers, lessons are learned via a smashed up drone or a drone caught in a tree. But for one unlucky California man, lessons were learned due to breaking some serious FAA drone regulations.