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  1. I’ve expressed interest in flying my drone in Telluride Colorado, I visited their web page unable to find any information on drone use, so I emailed them. They sent me this: https://www.telluride-co.gov/DocumentCenter/View/6033/Drone-Flyer?bidId= After reading through their City “Ban” the regulations seem back handed. They are obviously discriminating against drone pilots. For example, its clearly stated you cannot operate in the town of Telluride or surrounding areas, nor may you operate over any private property near the town, deemed trespassing. Why then do they continue to “pain
  2. Hey everyone, names Oatis but I go by Odie. I'm a Colorado native with a degree in Criminal Justice and Criminalistics, however I have been in the photography industry for 20 years (portrait and commercial). I debated the pros and cons of diving into the aerial aspect of photography since the being in of this year, doing research on various drones that would fit my budget, learning curve, and profitably to add to my existing business. A very tedious and time consuming chore. After much back and forth debate, watching hours of Youtube videos and reading forums/websites I purchased my Phantom 4
  3. Hey everybody. I've started a new aerial videography business in Colorado. I'm putting together a fee schedule for a prospective client and want to be sure I'm within the range of others doing the same thing. I'm not necessarily looking for exact rates, but I don't want to be the company that is under-charging and bringing the industry standard rates down. From some things I've read elsewhere, I was thinking about $250 - $500 for 5 - 10 pictures and 1 battery flight time. $750 for raw video and $1000+ for edited video and multiple battery usage. This is for a company in the construction indus
  4. Hello. Just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Eric and I live in Colorado. Starting a new aerial videography business and excited to learn from a community of peers. It seems that the easiest start is with real estate photos and videos. I have several contacts in real estate, but also in insurance. I also have a friend that owns a drilling company and one that has a local tv show with no drone footage. I know it's not a great idea to try to do everything. I've been flying a Phantom 4 Pro for a couple months and have my 107. Any insights would be much appreciated!
  5. Good evening all - my name is Niall Twomey and I'm an Active Duty Warrant Officer in the US Army. I have been a UAS Operations Technician since 2005 and am currently assigned as the Division UAS Officer at 4th Infantry Division as a CW4. I'm connecting with this forum to start tracking all that is going on with the commercial side of the house for UAS, and to start forming ideas for when the time comes to retire. I hit 19 years in July and am on the fence about punching out soon or sticking around to make CW5. I have to admit, the sound of being a civilian is very enticing after 5 combat deplo
  6. Hello everyone! I am happy to announce that I just passed my Aeronautical Knowledge test through the Drone Pilot Ground School! I am now looking to start training myself in drone piloting but first I obviously have to buy a drone. After a quick discussion with Alan I am leaning towards purchasing a Phantom 4 Pro, which will hopefully keep me ahead or the technology curb. Believe it or not a DJI store just opened about 10 miles away from me so I am going to go in there early this week! I have been a sports TV producer for over 10 years working at ESPN, so now I am looking to expand my vide
  7. Aloha, I've been droning on and on for about a year now. Currently flying the Phantom 4, patiently waiting for the P5 In my free time I've been building a drone pilots directory. When I looked online I didn't find much that would serve as an asset, so I started building something I hope the working pilots community can actually get some value out of. It is just ready for the general drone pilot public to test out adding listings. Sheesh, my eyes are blurry from looking at code all day. Looking forward to flying tomorrow. Anybody near Fort Collins? I don't think the show will hold.
  8. Hello, I am Jose (Joe) here to learn about the hobby and what I find that I may like. I am from Alamosa, Colorado. Just got the P4.
  9. Hello everyone, My name is Brandon, I'm from Commerce City, CO. I'm new to the quadcopter/drone hobby however, had a brief introduction to RC Helis about 5 years ago. I've recently been flying my newly acquired Syma X5C-1 (without camera attached), and am enjoying every minute of it. These guys are trickier to fly than what one would imagine when you consider the various orientations and other variables, like height, wind, line of site etc. I've been spending a lot of time learning everything there is to know about quadcopters/drones in general. I still have my Imax b6-ac from when I
  10. AndyA

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    Hello, New droney here. I've had a couple of toy drones, the latest being the second one on the list of cheap drones here, the DBPOWER MJX X400W. Then just a couple of weeks ago I got the Phantom 4. It is super nice. I do seriously want to become a professional drone pilot, am working on my 107 test and will have it shortly. My previous experiences have all been leading me to this, it seems. I'm currently (mostly) a software developer (mostly web these days). I'm a ham radio operator, I've been a semi-serious photographer (haven't done much lately, though) and videographer,
  11. Hello, After months of reading various articles, reviews, and searching for a quality forum- here is where I landed. I am new to this type of RC; however, I have raced nitro trucks and buggies and over the past few years have been in the rock crawler realm. The air vehicles have always been a draw, but after destroying a heli years back after one take-off attempt I have just steered clear, until now. I have ordered a Syma X5C-1, as a learner drone with thoughts of eventually stepping into FPV racing- we shall see. Anyhow, the package ordered- drone, replacement props, and batteries shoul
  12. Hi, I'm new to UAVs. I am a claims adjuster and looking to learn how to use UAVs to improve my ability to do my job safely. I'm pretty good at tech stuff. Mostly, I'll be reading and watching how to enter this new domain.
  13. Hey all, This is Brad Spinuzzi with Adrenaline Aerial Imaging Inc. I am president and chief Pilot-In-Command for Adrenaline Aerial Imaging Inc. We primarily do construction, real estate, and industrial photography but, my passion is action and adventure sports of all kinds. I'll film that for fun any day, all day!! I am learning the "artistic" side of photography and working hard to improve my cinematography, piloting, filming, editing etc. My main experience thus far has been cold-weather, back-country filming, high altitude, commercial construction projects, etc. Always looking to
  14. My name is John West and I live in Colorado. I am setting up to fly my DJI Phantom 3 commercially in the Denver/Boulder area. Alan is helping me with my Section 333 exemption, I have applied for the N-tail number for my DJI, I am working toward my Sport Pilot license, and my company, Apex Companies, has secured the 1 million dollar aviation liability policy. I am expecting to be at full throttle by April. I will be helping Apex Companies offer aerial ortho-mosaics like the one linked below: https://www.mapsmadeeasy.com/maps/public/3e3fcee64adc4be4b22969ce1db94769/ We will a