How to Expand Your Photography Repertoire with Drone Photography

 

Thanks to advancements in photography technology, capturing moments and documenting stunning views has never been this easy. Drones, in particular, have widened our perspective and provided new parameters beyond the sights that stand before us. Now, you can take aerial images of hard-to-reach locations because of these flying machines. Since drones have risen in popularity, they have paved the way for some of the most remarkable photographs.

HOW TO EXPAND YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY REPERTOIRE WITH DRONE

While it might look like an intricate and expensive piece of equipment, drones today are relatively more user-friendly and accessible on the market. They come in various price points, sizes, and features too, so anybody looking to amp up their photography with a drone can afford to do so. Here are a few popular ways that drones are being used for photography.

Wildlife Photography

Some animals cannot be approached due to safety reasons, while others are very sensitive to loud sounds and camera flashes. Therefore, it can be difficult to take photographs without disturbing them. Helicopters have been used in the past, but the noise they create is often impractical. With a drone, it isn’t a problem, as it is able to get close to these animals without making a sound. In fact, even National Geographic now use this method.

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Real Estate Photography

Buying real estate can be tricky. Before investing, homeowners want to make sure every nook and cranny is accounted for and exactly how they like it. Drones help by getting every corner photographed, leaving no crevice unscathed. A previous post on Beart Presets highlighted how drones are used in real estate and how it is much more common nowadays. It has even become a good source of income for photographers, particularly in luxury real estate.

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Landscape Photography

According to Canva, some drones have a long-exposure feature which is great for capturing swaying trees or the crashing waves of the ocean. No need to worry about too much motion ruining your shot. Drones are amazingly stable and do not compromise on details either, so you can still marvel at images of places like waterfalls. They have even been used to document natural disasters, which have proven to be a great help in the safety department, too.

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Wedding Photography

Wedding photographers have been using drones to document romantic moments like never before. They make for some dramatic reminiscing when you look back at incredible snapshots of this special time in your life.

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Sports Photography

Coral shares that drones have been around for over a century, but they’ve only recently caught on to the world of sports. In general, being a sports photographer can be challenging due to all the movement of the subjects being photographed. Today, you can monitor games or get clear photographs of athletes in action with your 'eye in the sky'. Not only that, drones can also contribute in improving a team's performance. In sports like the NFL and Premier League, drones are used to record training and/or plot the positioning of players to help the team prepare for match day.

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