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Hi Guys, Wanted to share with you my latest demo reel. I have come a long way from where I started, first I want to thank Alan for this great part 107 course. It literally opened up all kind of doors for me. I did not do the best color correction but I am working on perfecting this craft, anyway I hope you enjoy. Hope to meet some of you guys at some up coming conventions.
Hi All! I am a professional photographer new to UAVs and I just bought my first drone, a DJI4. As I begin the learning curve of flying drones I realize the more I know the more I realize I don’t know! I’m hoping to increase my knowledge with this group and connect with other users. I photograph mostly portraits and events for families and corporate clients, but also have a commercial real estate client that has been asking their photo vendors if they are using drones. The demand is no doubt increasing for aerial photography. I plan on getting certified under the new Part 107 regulations and wondering how deep a knowledge of aviation I will need to pass the test. Any info in that regard or recommended study guides is appreciated. If interested, here is my portrait website: http://www.kencavanagh.com and gallery of real estate photography: http://bit.ly/KCphoto_realestate Best Ken
Hi All, About 2.5 years ago we installed solar panels on a ground mount in my back yard - LOVE THEM! Electric bill is now $2.50/mo!!!. In talking to the guys at the solar company I was able to convince them they needed aerial photography for their own marketing. I showed them the attached & they went for it big time! I now spend a day every month shooting their installations with my DJI P3A.. A lot of the installations are roof mounted - especially the big commercial ones - and there's really no good way of photographing the panels without using a drone. This spring I'll try to add other solar companies. A very nice add on to my real estate marketing business. Solar is big in NJ because of a pretty generous state program that gives me over $1000/year in what are known as SRECs. If your state has a similar program, you may want to look at doing the same.