Drone Industry Trends

Drones in Real Estate - Real Estate Videography and Real Estate Photography

Drones For Real Estate – How to Capture Real Estate Photography, Videography and Reach Your Target Audience

New and disruptive technologies are having a profound impact on how goods and services are being sold in the marketplace. The use of drones in real estate is one such example that shows how fast new technologies can disrupt age-old … Read More

Drones vs. Helicopters: Which to Use for Your Aerial Shots

In 1858 Gaspard-Felix Tournachon, also known as “Nadar”, flew a hot air balloon over Paris, taking the earliest known aerial photographs.  [source] Nadar was looking for a new perspective. His goal was not to fly but to capture footage that … Read More

Women Who Drone Feature: Why Aerial Photography Is No Longer a Boy’s Club

Editor’s note: We’ve recently had the pleasure of meeting Women Who Drone Founder Elena Buenrostro. After learning about her work in the aerial photography space, we just had to share her story.  [sr-spacer size=”medium”] [sr-spacer size=”medium”] If you met Elena … Read More

The Multi-Billion Dollar Drone Market You and Your Drone are Missing Out On

A couple months ago you bought a drone. You learned how to fly it, you even took some cool shots with it. But after a few weeks, you let it collect dust. You sit on your couch and lose money. … Read More

What’s Keeping Companies from Penetrating The $100 B Drone Market

You start your day by eating breakfast with strawberries that were picked off of a farm in California less than 24 hours ago. You brush your teeth, get dressed, then hail an Uber, which flies you 80 miles in 18 … Read More

13 Black Cats

The Short and Sweet History of Camera Flight

Note from the editor: This is a summarized version of a post we wrote for NoFilmSchool‘s blog. Check out the original post here. Today, movie goers frequently encounter a god’s eye view shot on the big screen: Shots like this … Read More

An Engineer’s Perspective on the Past, Present, and Future of Drone Technology

Editor’s Note: This interview was conducted by Rotor Drone Mag, and originally published in their May/June Issue. Check out the original piece here. While drone pilots and cam ops are often in the limelight, drone engineers are the ones working … Read More

How FAA Part 107 Regulations Will Shape the Drone Industry

Part 107 is the common name for the new set of commercial drone regulations put into place by the FAA in August of 2016. Part 107 lowers the barrier to entry for new drone firms meaning there are more drone … Read More

The Evolution of Drone Video and Aerial Photography for Broadcast News

With the continuing development of federal regulation and commercial technology for professional drones used in a commercial capacity, drones are being used for aerial photography, aerial cinematography and other aerial imagery needs. Broadcast news organizations plan on leveraging video drone … Read More

Atlanta Business Chronicle Reports Georgia #1 for Feature Films

Ellie Hensley reported in the Atlanta Business Chronicle that as of 2016 Georgia is number one for new feature film productions in any market including the U.K. and film giant, California. This data comes from nonprofit FilmL.A.. 17% of the top … Read More