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10 Tips For Shooting Film From A Drone


Drones will and are already revolutionising filmmaking, allowing filmmakers to achieve jaw dropping, cinematic results that have previously only been available to Hollywood productions!

I’ve been working with drones on and off for a few years now but at the end of last year I decided to take the leap and buy one of my own and I haven’t looked back! If you’re wanting to get high-production value shots for your next film project and you’re looking at using a drone here are my top ten tips on how to get that money shot safely.

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Posted on July 1, 2015, in Filmmaking Tips & Advice and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This article has some great tips. Some of these may seem like common sense to some but it’s important to respect your platform. Too many people are buying drones and not being bothered to educate themselves. The problem is they are creating a problem for themselves as well as the drone community. For the best results, pilots need to take their time and build confidence in their UAV platform. Also learn about their local regulations and keep it safe.

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