Tag: drone filmmaking

At the Top of Their Game: Interview with Philipp Reimer of...

Here at Droneblog, we're always on the lookout for the truly extraordinary in the field of aerial photography and cinematography. When I came across...

Wake Up New England

Wake Up New England: a new aerial series capturing the sun rising over some iconic spots around the New England region. This first film centers around...

World’s First Drone Film Festival – Flying Robot International Film Festival

The world’s first film festival celebrating aerial cinematography has arrived. The Flying Robot International Film Festival will be held on November 19 in San Francisco...

Bring it all together: What’s involved – A Successful Drone Film...

Over the last few years SWARM UAV have had the privilege of being many businesses' first drone aerial supplier. Many of these clients have...

Threat and Error Management: Diary of a Drone Pilot

From the diary of a drone pilot.. Despite having highly a sophisticated platform to carry my cameras, the sensors I use, and even having "auto pilot",...

Australian CASA Rules: The 3 Nautical Miles Question

A question arose at Swarm UAV recently regarding paragraph 101.075 of the CASR 1998.The regulation seems straight forward at first glance but quickly becomes...

The Evolution of Cameras in the Drone space

Here comes the age of high resolution, colour accurate cameras destined for UAVs. Gone are the days where GoPros  stuck to a quadcopter are...

IT’S OFFICIAL: DRONES ARE COMING TO HOLLYWOOD

Source:  fastcompany BY NEAL UNGERLEIDER It’s official: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given Hollywood the green light to use drone aircraft (properly known as unmanned...

Drone filmmaking

Where many fear Orwellian dystopia with drone technology, Pier Pictures' Robert McHugh and T.S. Pfeffer see great potential for experimental filmmaking. After watching the duo's Flabush Zombies x Trash...