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  1. I am lucky to live in a beautiful area in Prescott, AZ. It took me 10 months to finally get the 107 approval to fly over this area, here's the video. Shot with a combo of DJI Mavic hand-flown and pre-programmed with Litchi for the running shots, DJI Osmo with z-axis for the stabilized running shots, and GoPro for the fixed shots.
  2. Hello from Northern Arizona @7000ft

    Hello everyone, I have spent 28ish years in the fire service with the last 15 in fire and aviation management with the US Forest Service specializing in incident command teams and media relations during large wildfires all over the US. Since leaving public service four years ago I have become a subject matter expert and contact point for both national and local media and because of my proximity to all the natural resources up here in rural Northern Arizona and the Four Corners region. I'm frequently asked to shoot video and provide imagery of news and weather situations up here. Oh and I'm a semi-well-known photog and small business owner up here too. I have been asked multiple times by local and federal agencies if I would be willing to do "drone work" for them. The answer had always been no. I will be testing for my 107 at Emory Riddle in Prescot, AZ soon thanks to Ground School. And I hope to put some recent HS graduates through the Ground School soon so they can come work for me. I currently own a Phantom 4 Pro. I use it to explore and shoot imagery. I am not interested in racing or speed mode so "Get off my Lawn"! I'm loving Drone Pilot Ground School so far and I appreciate the sense of community here! Eric Neitzel Show Low, Arizona
  3. Prepping for certification

    Hi all, I own a multimedia company in Mesa, AZ and we recently purchased a DJI Phantom 3 Pro. I am currently prepping for the part 107 certification. Any tips on preparing for the test? I have done the free training through the FAA website. Do you think I need to pay for a course to prepare as well? Was the test very difficult? Any input you may ave on the topic would be helpful. Thanks! Carly
  4. newbie

    Good day all, new to the sport/ hobby/ profession of quad copters. Very interested in improving my skills and possibly make some coin eventually. I would like to start building my own aircraft but need to make baby steps. I live on the north side of Phoenix in a rural area so plenty of room and weather to fly. Air Force Vietnam vet and small business owner. My grandson is starting to take an interest and this could be something we can share for a long time.
  5. Hi All, I'm currently a PhD student using drones for research into forest and natural resource management. I am hoping to get a pilots license and certification over the next few years and make drones the platform for my career. I've built a few for fun, and know quite a bit about sensors, and hope to apply that knowledge after finishing this degree. My ultimate plan is to become a consultant or start a business a few years down the road. Look forward to meeting others, networking, and getting my license!