A bit more than 30 days ago, I bought a new drone before I was going to Asia for six weeks. In the first week of my trip, the drone crashed into the pool, and I had to continue my journey without the drone. What do you think about my first drone photography?
What is drone photography?
According to the TechTarget website “Drone photography is the capture of still images and video by a remotely-operated or autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), also known as an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) or, more commonly, as a drone.”
Rules & Regulations
Also, what are the common regulations on flying a drone? In most countries the standard rules and regulations are the same, for example below:
The drone must always be in Line of Sight (LOS) – that means you should still be able to see it
Maximum Height 133 metres (400 feet)
Never fly over groups of people
Respect others privacy
No flying anywhere near airports and other no-fly zones as specified in each country
Using Mavic Air, it is quite easy to know where to fly or not to fly. When the drone is in the No-Fly zone, you will not be able to make the drone to take-off. The Safety must come first.
Well, it seems that I need more practices on flying the drone. Above you have seen my drone photography results. What do you think about this?
More info on “How to Use Drones to do Stunning Aerial Photography?” here!