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  1. Hello everyone. My name is Aubrey and I've been flying as a registered learner for over a year. Mainly in cheap drones so that I can fly without getting overly concerned about losing one I started with the smaller variety and have gradually moved upward in size. Last year was going to take a step up to a GPS enabled drone but the reseller kept my money and didn't provide the product, so I had to keep with what I had. My goal is to gradually get better and save up to have a more professional platform that can follow path and video the progress. I read up constantly on several drone boards and email publications. Looking forward to advancing my knowledge and skills. Aubrey
  2. Hi, I'm a new drone enthusiast and would like suggestions on where to start. On vacation I ran into a guy flying his drone and had such a great chat with him I thought I'd like to do that too. He talked about all the business opportunities and what fun he had doing it I just had to learn more. I would very much appreciate any and all suggestions on where to start, licensing, training and anything else you all could share about learning about drones and career opportunities. I'm in los Angeles so if any locals are willing to take on an apprentice I'm open!
  3. Hello. Bill2 here joining from Mount Juliet, Tennessee. A hobbyist photographer looking to purchase my first drone for aerial shots. I thought this would be a great place learn as much as I can about owning and using a drone. I would like to meet any local flyers. So if your in my area, please contact me .
  4. Hello, Just got a DJI Phantom 3 4K drone in the last few weeks to expand my photography business. I specialize in 360 virtual tour business photography for real estate, commercial real estate, retail, car dealers, doctors, etc. Excited to offer aerial photography with my 360 and 3D virtual photography business. In the process of getting the Part 107 license. Marc
  5. Hello my name is Paul swatzell I'm from Greenville,tn and just wanted to introduce myself and learn alot about the drone scene. I got a cheap one for now to get use to Hoover and land but didn't realize it would be so difficult. It's going to take alot of practice for me but I'm open to any suggestions you may have to help me out ty and look forward to talking with u guys
  6. Hi, I'm very new to this drone scene but very intrigued and plan to buy one sooner than later. The question is, what to buy, especially as a new drone operator? Should I expect a lot of crashes and just buy a junk one first? Or get what seems like the best fit for me and just go for it and don't crash ; ). Maybe I'm expecting a harder learning curve than it will be. Seems like you have to buy before you can try and fly one, i.e. no test flying product available it seems. On product; I've seen the Phantoms and the Inspire both from dji. A cinematographer I met recently was the one encouraging to try this venture and possible work with her so she was pushing the Inspire, which after looking at it I see it can use two controllers one to fly and one to shoot, so I can see it would be advantageous for cinematography with a crew. But I'm sure there are probably many great options that would work for me. Im not sure of my future usage but I would want to use it for commercial purposes once I get established. So those of you using them for commercial purposes or intending too.....what features have you have you found the most useful or features that are not big deal. Do you find the wider angle cameras benefit most shoot styles or something not as wide? I am not familiar enough to know how loud most of these drones are but I'm thinking flying too close and low with wider angle lens would be annoying. Thoughts? And how challenging was it for most of you learning to control these without damaging them? Or are most of these strong enough to handle a little learning curve? Thanks for any input!