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  1. Hello UAV Coach Forum, I've been reading the forums for a while now and have benefited greatly from the information. Received my 1st airspace authorization a couple weeks to operate in Class D Airspace near Santa Monica Airport and have been ramping up my real estate work. Looking to learn more about 3d mapping and different drone applications for architecture, real estate and construction industries. I currently work full time for a real estate agency doing all their videos - (Would love any feedback) Big thanks to Alan and everyone at UAV coach for cultivating such
  2. Hi, I am new member of the forum. My name is Rehan Qadri. I am clinical technology analyst and work for GE Healthcare. I am also a professional photographer and cinematic video creator. I have been using drones for aerial footage for variety of use cases i.e. realty, weddings, documentaries, and resorts marketing. I am here to learn and improve my skills from fellow UAV enthusiasts. I am currently using DJI Phantom 3 standard and planning to upgrade to either a Mavic or Phantom 4. I am lookimg forward to some tips and recommendations for my next upgrade. Thanks. Rehan Qadri
  3. Hey everyone! I'm Justin, and I've been in the industry since early 2014. I started a company called Digital Sky with a guy I met who had a lot of experience in film production (as my background is in commercial flight). We had a phantom 2 with a gopro, and away we went. Since then we've come a long way, we've gone full time, and even have employees. We like to think we're the most advanced drone service provider in the state of Nebraska, and we work in multiple industries, including real-estate. Over the past three years I've learned quite a bit about what it takes to run a drone bu
  4. Hello Everyone! I've been reading posts in this forum for the past year or so. It's been a wealth of information and has brought some sanity to me in this ever-changing industry! As of Feb this year I'm 107 certified. Started out learning to fly manually with a micro drone practicing in indoors. After successfully hitting my wife one time two many in her head. Moved up to a Latrax Alias outdoors. It was the most stable under $100 mid size model and enabled me to build up my skills, (still have much to learn) confidence and above all situational awareness. Watched many of YouTube clips of Casse
  5. Alan Perlman asks new members to introduce themselves, and here I am. I am a Graduate of the University of Dubuque's Aviation program and Aviation Advisory Board Member for them. My full time job is with John Deere, and in agriculture, there are certainly growing opportunities evolving. I am also looking at business opportunities within the drone industry form ag to real estate, not necessarily US based. I am amazed at how drones help in managing crops from pest control to nutrient management and storm damage assessment. I see in California, Yamaha utilizes large RC helicopters to spray s
  6. Hello everyone! I'm finally getting licensed to fly my DJI drone to help out with videography for the Two Shots Photography real estate photography business! I also want to use my drone for some cinematography and just casual picture taking as well! I look forward to the class!
  7. ND16 Filter Test on an overcast day with the Mavic Pro aerial platform in Chino Hills, CA by Canyon Run Videos. Thanks, Kent Elliott Canyon Run Videos canyonrunvideos.com sales@canyonrunvideos.com
  8. Hey everyone, I am a new member here and I'm looking forward to diving into the forums to see what I can learn and what connections I can make. I bought a DJI Phantom 3 Pro 4K and am currently working on getting my part 107 classes and exam underway. I plan to use my UAV for real estate photography and videography in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati.
  9. Hi all. I've just recently started a drone business and things are going fine. I've done a few real estate shoots, but I keep getting asked about doing indoor video of the houses with my drone. I have a DJI Phantom 3 Pro and it is just way to big to do indoor stuff. It creates so much wind that any type of object, like a chair, table, wall, etc. causes turbulence for the drone and it can't keep it's position. I want to get a smaller drone for indoor video and I'm considering the Yuneec Breeze. This seems like it would be a good option for me because it specifically advertises being able to hol
  10. Hi community, I've had a great time with this course, and highly recommend it to others who are looking to learn about or fine tune their video editing. My aunt is in the process of putting her house on the market, so it was a perfect opportunity to test the waters compiling a real estate demo video. I'm using this experience as a dry run, to get a feel for how I would go about a project for a paying customer. I'm still tackling a few different learning curves (flying a new drone, testing camera settings, working in post for the first time), but I think they are each progressing n
  11. Hi all, In a recent Verifly newsletter, they highlighted a website called DroneBase (https://www.dronebase.com/). It offers jobs for drone pilots. Cool idea but it's a little different - you don't really know for sure how much you will get paid, or even IF you will get paid. I'm just wondering if anyone has tried it and, if so, what your experience was like. Thanks, Chris
  12. Hey again guys. The moment is finally here. We are obtaining our certifications and in search of jobs. Because this market is "new", in a sense, what is the "standard" or ball park pricing we are charging for different services. (Yes there are many). We can say it's based upon location, experience, demand. Yes those all play a role. However, at the moment it's hard to justify pricing. Simply because there isn't much in this industry just yet. For myself, I'm starting off shooting real estate and exteriors for builders. What did photographers charge who shot out of a heli
  13. Quick introduction. This is Glenn Wharton, in Houston, Texas. I am a TREC licensed "Professional Home Inspector". I will primarily be using my DJI Phantom 4 to inspect roofs that are otherwise hard to access. We are not supposed to walk on concrete, clay tile or slate roofs because of the potential for damage and it is difficult for an inspector to get on steep slope Composition shingle roof. I am really looking forward to being able to provide better information to my clients. Additionally, I will be examining doing real estate photography. My wife is a Realtor and professional p