The world of videography is constantly growing and evolving, and I'm not just talking about video trends.
With the consistent introduction of distribution channels, the opportunity for profit grows, but so does the complexity.
That’s where I come in.
Drones and Videography
Drones are revolutionising the world of videography by providing new and unique perspectives that were previously unattainable.
As a freelance videographer, I have found that drones have opened up new opportunities for creative expression.
Drones have also made it possible to capture footage in difficult or dangerous situations, without putting myself or my crew at risk, allowing me to tell stories that would otherwise go untold.
In short, drones are changing the landscape of videography, and I am excited to see what new possibilities they will open up in the future.
FPV Drones vs Cinematic Drones
There are two main types of drones: FPV drones and cinematic drones.
FPV drones are typically smaller and more agile, making them well-suited for getting close-up shots and capturing fast-moving action.
Cinematic drones are larger and more stable, making them better suited for getting smooth, steady shots.
Which type of drone is best for your project will depend on the specific shots you need to get.
If you need a lot of close-up, fast-moving shots, then an FPV drone will be your best bet.
If you need smooth, steady shots, then a cinematic drone will be a better choice.
No matter which type of drone you choose, make sure you do your research and pick a drone that is well-suited for the specific shots you need to get.
If, after reading this, you're still not sure wether an FPV drone or cinematic drone would be better for your needs, feel free to contact me!
What Keeps Me Interested In Videography
I'm often asked what keeps me interested in my work.
And while there are many factors that contribute to my continued interest in videography, there are three main things that stand out to me:
The challenge of capturing great video.
There's nothing quite like the challenge of capturing great video.
Whether it's a fast-paced event or a slow-moving scene, there's always something new to learn and new ways to get that perfect shot.
The satisfaction of a job well done.
There's no better feeling than knowing you've captured a great video that will be enjoyed by others.
The possibility of making a positive impact.
Videography can be a powerful tool for making a positive impact on the world.
Whether it's documenting an important event or raising awareness for a cause, I know my work can make a difference.
These are just a few of the things that keep me interested in videography.
I'm always looking for new challenges and ways to use my skills to make a positive impact.