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  1. Salt – essential for life. This aerial film explores the expansive beauty of salt throughout Utah. Journey across the Great Salt Lake, Lucin Cutoff, salt mines, Bonneville Salt Flats, & salt ponds with an interesting aerial perspective bending towards the surreal. My first aerial film, Camino Al Sur, won People's Choice at Interdrone 2017 & a Silver Remi at Worldfest Houston 2017. I hope you enjoy the film! SALT: http://bit.ly/SaltAvianCyclops Captured on DJI Phantom 4 Pro Mixed by Al Carlson Filmed, Edited, & Music Composed by Sean Petit
  2. Not sure if this is the place to make a request, but I am looking for drone cinematography for a WEB TV series in development. Likely filming will begin in late august, 2018. Location is the Pacific Northwest (U.S.), so responders should live in the general area -- we just don't have the budget to fly folks in from any distances. This is a unique and fun project with some great aerial sequence challenges. The ability to fly full-size cameras is not necessary. Details to interested pilots. Thanks.
  3. Hi, looking to use drones in the film industry. Hoping it will add to resume when applying for internships and jobs. Maybe start own business one day. Researching which one to buy (would like 4K).
  4. Shaun135

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    I started a drone company 6+ years ago in New Mexico. I am lucky enough to have been able to break into the closed set film and TV production world with my two partners. This occurred due to timing and being the first on our area to specialize in this. If we started now, we would not be where we are at. It was a bit easier to break in the scene as an early adopter, but the door is a very narrow entry now. You have to pretty much be established in the industry to get in. I Built several different kit systems and modified them to handle variety of payloads, back when a 5.2K RAW camera the size of a baseball, that comes in as a good second to the Alexa for drone work never existed. My background is in Electrical Engineering and Aviation. I soled a glider at 15, got my first private pilot ticket at 17, followed by my single engine add-on a year later just after graduating High School. I commissioned in the Air Force in 2003, went to Joint Undergraduate Pilot Training at Vance, AFB in Oklahoma. My first assignment was flying a KC-135 R/T and became an Aircraft Commander, military speak for being the Captain of the plane. I went and flew big UAS in the form of the MQ-1 B until separating from the Air Force. I have 2200 hours of Jet time and hold Commercial Multi-Engine Land Cert with an Instrument rating and couple jet Type ratings. I operate drones under Part 91 rules until the end of the year with the 333. I got my 107 the easy way. I am an advanced ground school instructor working on my CFI whenever I can get time to finish it. Those plans maybe on hold as I opportunity to go into a Part 121 flying job for an Airline, which I am seriously considering and do the drone stuff on the side as needed while my business partners continue to make money. The airline biz is starting to look very attractive again. I have very good strong basis of knowledge for the Part 107 and the Section 336 for aeromodelers. Because of this I am in the process to be one of the first FAA Safety Team members in my area for sUAS's.
  5. Hey drone enthusiasts! I LOVE going out to fly and capture beautiful sublime and picturesque videos and photos just like you guys so I want to know a bit more about the community with this quick survey I made. If you guys could spare a literal minute of your time that'd be perfect. It'd really help me learn about the community a bit more. Thanks and happy flying! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/r693J83D
  6. Hello Everyone! My name is Brian Roth and I'm a cinematographer in the film industry. Excited to be taking this prep course to further my knowledge with drone flight. Also quite interested in flying for other industries (Real Estate, Agriculture, Telecommunications, etc.) I'll be looking more into the flight topics on this blog site but pleasure to meet you all and looking forward to elevating my knowledge on drones!! Cheers, Brian
  7. Just staring to get the hang of shooting video with my Bebop, feedback is very welcome. One thing the colour is a bit off as someone did the editing and went a little overboard!
  8. Dear UAV people, I read an introduction is much appreciated so here I go..I'll try to keep it short;-) I'm considereing buying an Phantom 4 in a few weeks.. I am someone that tries to get back in his old skill- and toolset and I am currently looking for work. I graduated as a Multimedia designer a long time ago.. (but in this galaxy). I worked as a 3D modeler on computer games, virtual reality- and video presentations and once in a while I still work on filmfestival shorts as a volunteer doing FX, titles, illustrations..animations. At some point it was necesary to adapt to the situation and I got into software testing and skilled support. But because the IT sector, where I worked in the last couple of years, makes me die from the inside out I am currently persuing the wish to make coorporate video productions with VR and 360 initiatives on the side. I am someone with ideas and I need to place my creativity somewhere. There are some plans on the drawing board to create a decent portfolio where I can show-off beautifull shot edits and 360 applications to get my first paying customer The first few will have te be done for free :-S. I am well aware of the potential of the chosen equipment and the potential and prices of the more professional stuff.. this is something for later or rent. I need to start very modest with a DSLR, a Phantom4 and a Gear 360. I have some good network connections around me in the field (I will definately need a sound guy) so I hope these ingredients and my 300% motivation can make this all work. The alternative is save money but certain death..(No offence, I'm just not an IT man). Are there any like minded souls around here..maybe with some experience on the choices that are up ahead? And considering a small start budget I wonder if my assumption about the P4's possabilities to deliver semi pro footage is correct? Thnx and Regards, Vincent
  9. After 2 weeks without flying due to high winds, I was finally able to go out and shoot at this local fisherman's cove. Had a great time and got some great footage, hope you enjoy ! Check it out below !
  10. Real Estate Video Production in Los Angeles, California We have a production company with actors, photographers, and drone pilots equipped to do real estate video (interiors -steadi-can; and exterior - drone footage) for just about all budgets in Los Angeles! We are always looking for realtors and other partners in the LA area to team up with. Please drop us a line if interested. Todd@dronefilms.media www.dronefilms.media