I love the tools that are now available to us as filmmakers and photographers. What a wonderful time to be living and creating. Drones have opened up a whole new world enabling creators to reach new heights and capture images and video from the sky that just wasn’t feasible before.
Whenever I’m coaching new drone pilots, it quickly becomes obvious that just putting a camera in the air is not enough to get useable shots. Just like on the ground, the rules of composition, light, and story are still essential to a great capture. How you move the camera (or not move it) is important to the message you are trying to communicate.
I recently filmed an entire course about drone photography and videography. You can access it for free over at Lemon Drone.
In this lesson you will learn how to perform 5 camera drone moves that work great in technical production. The 5 moves are:
- Bird’s Eye View