The Editors for Rotor Drone Magazine are actively working on the next issue and here are some behind-the-scenes images from one of those articles. We were lucky enough to hang out at the beach with this great group of people from Wild Rabbit productions. They were shooting some personal footage of a world-class surfer out on the water. Enjoy and be sure to check out the next issue for other great articles like this one.
Multirotor aircraft are an excellent platform for aerial photography and video. They are very easy to fly and have very few moving parts. They also don’t produce much vibration and can hover in one exact point for as long as needed.
We thought we would put together a little behind-the-scenes footage from our different photo shoots for RotorDrone magazine. Our ace photographer in most of the scenes is Tony Donaldson out of Los Angeles. Throughout our five days of shooting we ran into many little obstacles and problems to overcome on location.
When Captain Dave Anderson of Capt. Dave’s Dolphin & Whale Watching Safari in Dana Point, CA, took notice of new quadcopter technology being used on TV, he went all in! His newest aerial video includes a huge mega-pod formed by thousands of common dolphins “stampeding” off the coast of Dana Point, three gray whales migrating down the coast off San Clemente, CA, and even close-ups of a newborn humpback whale calf playing and snuggling with its mom.
Amazing multirotor/motorcycle cross!
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