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Aerial Photography Brisbane

Recreational Drones have been around recently to give new ways on tech advancements. These advancements help people to do their work better, maintain their businesses easily, and most importantly, it helps the police and military keep things in check. With the aspect of aerial photography Brisbane can offer, you can be sure to enjoy every shot each drone takes. They can be used to capture moments and bring entertainment to people. However, how do people really use Drones to have fun? Is there some kind of code or rule to it? Here are some examples where drones were used to make people laugh, inspired, and happy.

They take pictures and videos with the aerial machines

One good thing drones can do is take photos. These machines take the limit to the next level as they conquer the skies. These drones and their remote control capacity allows users, owners, and enthusiasts to take shots in the air! Imagine how many opportunities for science and businesses that may arise. However, the best thing it can give you though, are the pictures that captures the moment. They lock a memory in place and let people keep digital and print photos.

As such, people have used drones to take photos and even videos while flying drones in the air. Take for example the videos aerial photography Brisbane can offer. They include beautiful video takes that sweeps the beauty of the whole area and captures it forever, allowing the people and future generations to remember happy times. However, some people will still need permission from the correct people to use drones in some areas. Vicinities like that of a military space, a private property, etc. may require you to have special permissions to use such things.

Sports and recreation

People also use the drones for competitions and other forms of recreation. One recent happening was a drone got “speared” in a conference. The owner of the drone did not get angry. Instead, this lit up the idea of using the drones as “dragons” to be speared through the air. Others include the use of drones to monitor competitions from afar. You can see where athletes are already at with an aerial take of the scene. Sports like cross-country motorcycling, triathlons, and many more do not need much equipment to monitor. You just have to use a drone and keep track of the competition.

Drones also have taken gaming to a different level. The invention of drones also opened up many opportunities to capture and record videos for VR or virtual reality movies and games. Skyscrapers and space are great places to be at and no person can fly through the skies without the help of vehicles. Drones help people live that dream with just a headgear.

Drones serve great options for having fun. As such, these opportunities keep people happy and entertained. Owning a drone, however, should also be regulated. Make sure you know your rights. Most especially, the laws that govern the use of drones.


Tony is our CASA accredited Chief Remote Drone Pilot. His role is to oversee and authorise all Company unmanned aerial operations before they leave the ground. , Having an immense background in Military aviation with the Royal New Zealand Airforce (RNZAF) he is a qualified Aircraft engineer who has worked on many military fixed and rotary wing aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft. His passion,and diverse experience in all things aviation related, place him in a position to ensure the safest and most reliable outcomes are achieved each and every time our unmanned aircraft systems take to the skies.