Chase Flynn | UAV Coach

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  1. Hi @Caryboy, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! Taking the Part 107 exam is not hard if you study and put the work in. I myself have taken the initial Part 107 exam and Recurrent Part 107 exam. I would recommend checking out our guide on how to get your Part 107 certification: https://www.dronepilotgroundschool.com/drone-license/ I hope this helps! - Chase
  2. Thanks for sharing @VicVideopIC, another great video! - Chase
  3. Hi @Ras Marcus, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! These are really cool, your 1st and third image have a great angle with sun reflection aligning with the pier. When I am taking sunrise or sunset pictures, I like to use the PolarPro ND4 filter. With the smoke in the sky, there is going to be more noise if you try increasing the exposure of the sky. I would use a mask to edit the sky as a separate layer and increase the highlights, this make the sun brighter and add more light to the sky. Just be sure not to increase the highlights too much where it washes out the sun. To dea
  4. Hi @Maik Kellerhals, Thank you for sharing more of your Switzerland drone videos, it looks like an incredible place for a drone pilot to live! Best, - Chase
  5. Hi @DS Dad, Thanks for sharing and welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! Best, - Chase
  6. @Gravity FriendlyThank you, I appreciate the feedback!
  7. Hi @Dfd, Thank you for sharing your concerns with location #4. Looking at both AirMap and the FAA Visual Map again, this area is still a legal flying location. Although the Selfridge National Guard Base is nearby, it is not directly over Point Huron. Looking on AirMap and the FAA Visual map you will see a grid over the airspace with numbers that vary. Directly over the park and out over the lake you will see the numbers vary from 100 to 300 feet AGL. This means that you can request authorization to fly in that specific grid of airspace up to but not over the specified altitud
  8. Hi @Megan, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! The weight of the drone determines if it needs registered. You can find all of the drone laws for a hobbyist on this page: https://uavcoach.com/drone-laws-in-united-states-of-america/ There are many apps out there like AirMap that will tell you what kind of airspace you are in and it makes the process of knowing where to fly and where not to fly really easy. Using a drone to capture abandoned locations is a great way to get a new perspective. I have seen others use drones for exploring abandoned places and it always looks awesome
  9. Hi @Larry in Palm Springs, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! I recommend having a look at our U.S.A drone laws page. You will find everything you need on that page. Please let me know if you have any questions! https://uavcoach.com/drone-laws-in-united-states-of-america/ Best, Chase
  10. Hi @KDSnick, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! Those FPV drones are really cool to watch, it is insane to see how the different maneuvers those drones can perform. Best of luck with your business! Best, Chase
  11. Hi @Pierce Drones, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum and congratulations on becoming Part 107 certified! You may be interested in checking out our 'Drone Jobs' guide to help get you started. Please let me know if you have any questions! Best, - Chase
  12. Hi @Ian Reekie, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! I bet you get to capture some incredible footage living in Hawaii! We do have threads for FPV drones, aerial photography, and aerial videography. Feel free to ask questions there and share any footage that you would like to share. Best, Chase
  13. Hi @Alex Hazzard, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! It sounds like you use your drone for a lot of different applications. If you do not mind sharing, how has business been for you and what are your favorite types of jobs to work on? I fly a Phantom 4 Pro myself, the Phantom series is hard to beat! Looking forward to your response! - Chase
  14. Hi Elisa, Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum! Drones are often being used for commercial applications including inspecting cell towers and various other types of infrastructure. If you are interested in getting an idea of the various opportunities, I recommend having a look at our 'Drone Jobs' guide: https://uavcoach.com/uav-jobs/ I hope this helps! Best, Chase