Shooting in first and last light is really the best way to make a scene epic.
We recently captured an epic sunrise shooting for a development in Palm Beach, Northern NSW.
We traveled from Brisbane to shoot the sunset, stay the night and shoot the sunrise as well. This gave us the opportunity to shoot during the best hours of the day.
We shot the clip below on our Inspire 1 drone, one of our mid-level products. We also offer the Inspire 2 and the Matrice 600 Professional. The Matrice is able to lift pretty much any camera of your choosing – making matching aerial and ground footage a pleasure.
It is amazing how the methods of capturing aerial imagery have changed so drastically in less than a decade. Our RnD Manager Shea Brown entered the industry in Canada when fully manual remote control helicopters were the only means of lifting a camera system for low altitude aerial photography. Since then the capabilities of aerial lifting platforms (drones) have improved as fast as the computers they use to fly. Drones now have automation, redundancy and far more accuracy, making them a much more usable and safe tool.
For more information on what tasks our drones can complete, do not hesitate to contact us.