In this video we discuss the top 5 drone shots that all drone pilots should have in their toolkit. They are simple, can be done on all drones, and require no pilot skill or intelligent flight modes. With just a small understanding of basic filmmaking concepts you can create stunning aerial cinematography with Drone Film Guide and learn to fly like a filmmaker!
In this Drone Film Guide episode we discuss the following 5 simple but amazingly cinematic drone moves:
1: The Tilt Reveal 2: The Overtake 3: The Coming Into Shot 4: The Crane/Jib 5: The Bird's Eye View
Learn to fly your drone like a filmmaker with these tips and tutorials. Whether you are flying a DJI Mavic, Phantom, Inspire or any other drone, let us show you how to get the most out of your equipment by thinking like a filmmaker when you take to the skies.
DJI's intelligent flight modes like Course Lock, Point Of Interest and Active Track are incredibly powerful tools when utilised to transform a solo operator drone in to a dual operator flying machine, one operator being you the pilot, and the other being DJI's intelligent flight modes. In these videos we show you how to get the most out of these flight modes to create some truly cinematic and professional results.
Behind the scenes from some of our real drone film shoots with our video production company Captain Cornelius. Watch us as we try to produce the best possible footage we can with drones like the DJI Phantom 4 and Mavic Pro.