Eddie Callender

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  1. Atollaviation, I think most people in here understand that it takes more work to fly a commercial aircraft, or private aircraft, than it does to get a 107 pilot certification. You have a right to your opinion , even if the FAA, the agency that issues the pilot’s licenses doesn't agree with you. There's nothing wrong with having a opinion. I don't think there's any reason for a argument. You have a right to your opinion, however personally I'll stick to the definition as it is described by the FAA. ( By the way I am currenyly taking classes for a private pilot’s license ). I appreciate
  2. Thank you Luc Jacobson for finally posting some common sense and some reality. Great post. Very well done!
  3. Unfortunately. your opinion doesn't agree with FAA designations. You have a right to your own opinion. If you're flying a aircraft, with a class 107 , you are a pilot, whether you are in the aircraft or outside of the aircraft according to the FAA distinction. There's a reason the FAA calls 107 pilots the "POC." Otherwise known as pilot in command. I'll stick with the FAA terms and continue to refer to those who have a class 107 license as a " drone pilot." You have a right to your own opinion, but unfortunately your opinion isn't recognized by the FAA. I'll leave it at that. Thanks, and
  4. A class 107 license states " Remote Pilot" on the card. According to the FAA, those with a 107 license are pilots. Obviously it doesn't take as much work to obtain a 107, as it would take to fly a airplane or helicopter, but that is the definition the FAA has designated.
  5. I've always thought it was safer to have a corporation for liability purposes. However most people with very small businesses start out as a sole proprietor. If you decide not to incorporate, make sure you file a homestead exception with your state, ( To protect your home) and get drone insurance to provide you some protection.
  6. The videos are excellent. A very good example for others who are just getting started in the business. What type of editing software was used? I recently heard of cyberlink editing software. Have you heard of it?
  7. Where is that thread? I'm new to this forum, and would like to learn as much as possible. Thank you.
  8. I just got my 107 certification. Does anyone have any ideas on how to get started using my Mavic Air 2 for real estate photography? If so what editing software do you use, and how long did it take you to learn how to edit, and find clients?