What’s it take to create a really compelling drone video? For that question, we turn to two people that spend most of their day watching and ranking drone videos submitted by people from all over the world. Megan Gaffney is Vice President of Marketing and Tyler Mason...
Skip Fredricks is an Emmy-winning aerial cinematographer who pioneered the use of drones in sports, dramas and other shows. Skip talk about drones in TV and Film and offers insights on breaking into the industry.
Reese d’Aquin, pilot & CEO of Flying Home Productions, talks about what it’s like to start a new drone videography business, the ups and downs a start up faces and why he left a secure job in hopes of pursuing his passion with a drone.
Mike Kirstein of Scout Aerial Media talks about Zimbabwe, how he got started in the commercial drone business, what it’s like to run a drone business in Africa and some of the interesting work he’s done so far.
John Deans, videographer, talks about his book, “Become a U.S. Commercial Drone Pilot”, how he developed a successful videography business, common mistakes to avoid and the steps to building a solid aerial videography business.
Renee Lusano, freelance illustrator and designer from Los Angeles, shares her passion for travel, tricks for traveling on a shoestring budget, photography, creating a business and, of course, her quest to create epic drone selfies.
Laurie Rubin, international award-winning photographer specializing in nature and aerial photography, talks about aerial and land photography, photo processing tools and gives advice to those looking to improve their techniques.