Prior to starting flying, get all the crucial info regarding regulations and drone usage from the industry professors’ and well-experienced drone pilots.
Drone cinematography is certainly transforming how Brisbane directors shoot their movies. The emergence of these UAVs has raised the quality of cinematic visuals, and since their costs are getting lower and lower, every one of us can purchase a drone to capture all the stunning visuals around us.
On a conference hosted in Brisbane Australia, a panel detailing all the ins and outs of utilizing drones on set was organized.
Below are some of the takeaway points’ from the informative discussion.
- The drone can be utilized for more than just establishing shots
When we contemplate on drone footage, only establishing shots comes in mind. Drones can also be utilized for tracking and revealing other creative shots. As a matter of fact, the opening section of sky fall was taken using drones.
- Drones can save you cash
Creators from all over Australia agree that the budget is always a concern. Besides eliminating other costly tools such as tracks, jibs, cranes, stands, and so much more, drones can make it much stress-free to capture some of the best shots as they do not take up the same space as the conventional tools.
- Don’t you let your drones dictate the story
All you need to understand is; “Your drone is simply a tool. It is an instrument, and your imagination drives that tool.”
- Leave out some extra prep time
Drone shooting ought to be keenly planned. In case you’re a drone pilot, then you need time to test, mount, and shoot using the drone around 48 hours before the shoot.
- Stay up-to date on the ever changing regulations
Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority was not prepared for the drones’ explosion taking place in the drone industry today, and that means that laws regarding drone usage are in continuous flux.
You currently need a drone license to operate a drone in Brisbane.