Posted on July 10, 2015
With recent advancements in app software, drone photographers are now able to drag the camera’s shutter and capture long exposures from more than 400 feet up in the sky. This has unleashed a number of amazing images of fireworks from never before seen angles. Here is a collection of some of the best firework pictures captured from drones this past Fourth of July weekend. Enjoy!
Photo by maxchicity
Photo by flyingfilmsny
Photo by toledoaerialmedia
Photo by highdrone
Photo by dronebois
Photo by danielpeckham
Photo by norcaldrone
Photo by razdood
Photo by dirka
Photo by dronerider
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Yup, that’s right! Our family is expecting our third baby girl this coming January and we are so excited!! I am however now outnumbered in our house 4 to 1. Yikes! So, yes, it’s definitely time to get a male dog :)
Side note: When we found out two years ago that we were having our second daughter we made this video called “The Secret” which featured our oldest daughter taking you on a journey through a garden. Check it out below! Read More
Thanks so much for stopping by! If you haven’t yet read the About page then I wanted to give you a quick summary of what you can expect from this site. My primary goal with the From Where I Drone blog is to create a helpful resource for those who are interested in drone photography/cinematography and for this to be a space to catch up on relevant drone news, find inspiring drone imagery and learn from leaders who are doing amazing work in this new movement.
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It has been a year since Jos Stiglingh captured stunning video with his Phantom 2 drone while flying through a fireworks display. Since posting the video, it has racked up over 11 million views on YouTube, which more than likely makes it the most watched drone video of all time, and for good reason, it’s simply incredible! Happy Fourth of July!
Posted on July 2, 2015
I am asked on a weekly basis which drone I have and which drone I recommend for taking aerial photos & videos. As a teacher, I love to help and share the things I myself have learned so I decided to put together a simple buyer’s guide that I hope is helpful to you, no matter the budget!
Photo by Tyson Wheatley
This drone buyers guide is aimed at the user who wants a ready to fly drone
First, a little background: I have been flying radio-controlled airplanes and helicopters for over 10 years. I originally started with electric helicopters and airplanes. Then I started flying one of the first consumer drones with a camera that could only be controlled with an iPad back in 2012. Today, I own numerous toy drones and serious drones. The advice you’ll read below is based on me conducting hours and hours of research and flying/testing. While changes happen pretty quickly in this new emerging field I try my best to stay on top of the newest and best drones that come out on the market so you can hopefully get a better idea of what might be best for you.
Therefore, this drone buyers guide is aimed at the user who wants a drone without having to do any of the DIY stuff like programming and soldering circuits. Below is my guide for the user that is looking for a simple, turnkey solution no matter the budget. As always, let me know if you have any questions or want any clarification on any of these recommendations and I will try my best to help you out! Read More