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Aerial Photography & Composition

Aerial Photography & Composition

Taking photos from dizzying heights doesn’t necessarily mean that they will be interesting or effective. Once you’ve located yourself on a high altitude with a drone, aimlessly shooting will not guarantee you any visually pleasing results. In fact, the most common problem I’ve observed with amateur photographers is that, once they’ve made their drone airborne, […]

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Drone Apps: Top 25

Drone Apps: Top 25

Apps and drones go hand in hand, and most drone manufacturers offer apps that are specific to their aerial platforms to enhance their flight capabilities. There are also hundreds of other apps available for use with all types of drones, from ones that tell you where to fly to flight planning to networking with other […]
Drone Protection

Drone Protection

First and foremost, look for a drone case. It will give your drone the best all-around protection during storage and transport. Ideally, you want to find a case that’s designed specifically for your drone’s model; this ensures the best fit (and the best overall protection). Then you need to decide whether to go with a […]

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Aerial Videography & Flight Modes

Aerial Videography & Flight Modes

What’s the best flight mode to use when doing videography/photography? This answer might be different for every pilot out there. Your choices are GPS Assist, also called “Smart mode,” and Angle/Attitude or “Pilot mode.” In Smart mode, the multirotor syncs with GPS satellites and uses the transmitter location as a point of reference for directional […]
Drones and Frame Rates

Drones and Frame Rates

One of the questions we get all the time is why are there different frame rates for some of the screen resolutions on my camera?   And which frame rate should I use? Most cameras have the option for pilots to select not only the screen resolution—such as 640×480, 1280×720, or 1920×1080—but also different frame rates […]

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Aerial Drone Photography: The Secret is in the Lens

Aerial Drone Photography: The Secret is in the Lens

One simple pro mod for better aerial images Multirotors and sports cameras are very nearly synonymous at this point in time. The popularity of one has undoubtedly boosted the popularity of the other. I bought my first DJI Phantom in part because I already owned a GoPro and wanted to see if I could make […]
Drones: Expert Tips You Need to Know

Drones: Expert Tips You Need to Know

13 Pro Tips for Better Flying, Filming, and More Fun When you get your first multirotor, you’ll probably have a barrage of questions about this new endeavor. Here at RotorDrone Magazine, we hear many different “getting started” questions, so we reached out to our experts for their solutions. Now that I have a multirotor where […]

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Drone Photo Lab

Drone Photo Lab

When it comes to getting the perfect shot or video, the right tools can make all the difference. Here are 20 of our favorite accessories, tools, and gear to keep your photo drone flying right and your subject in focus. Just click on the case to see more.
Aerial Photography 101

Aerial Photography 101

Thanks to the advent of smaller and lighter cameras that can easily be attached to our multirotors, more and more pilots are getting their high-quality shots and HD video from the sky. Let’s discuss lifting cameras into the sky by multirotor and how to guide your camera through the air. Be sure to also stay tuned for […]
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