While drones have been around for some time, the uptake by photographers to incorporate aerial services into their suite of offerings has not been overwhelming, and neither have the number of ground-breaking projects relying on drones. Admittedly, there is some amazing work being produced, but what can photographers keen to lean on the technology do to either produce amazing work and/or offer a new range of services in their business? Sam Edmonds spoke with photographers who have upped their drone game to find out.
For many photographers, it seems like only a few years ago that the buzzing sound of a quadcopter was a relatively new and foreign experience. For most, witnessing a drone in flight was a near-spectacle and around any drone operator in a public space, a flurry of onlookers and curious tourists was sure to amass.
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