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5 Tips That'll Take Your Drone Photography to New Heights



The recent past has witnessed a rapid growth in drone photography! It allows photographers to capture their surroundings from a unique point of view.

However, recording footage from a quad can be a tough skill to master, especially for the uninitiated.

So, if you are still getting your feet wet in the aerial photography industry, here are 5 tips to take your drone photography skills to the next level.

Shoot RAW

Most, if not all, professional photographers agree that the best way to shoot photos is in RAW format. This is because shooting in RAW allows you to rectify any flaws in color or exposure with enhanced precision. The same thing applies to drone photography; considering that you get only 12MP to work with, it would be wrong to compress the image into JPEG format and fail to use the benefits of the RAW format.

It shouldn’t matter that you’re taking up drone photography as a hobby. You might potentially capture one of the best drone photos ever, and what a shame it would be to realize that you may not be able to process it since you’ve been using the compressed jpeg format.

So, the best way to go with drone photography is to shoot in RAW format!

Scout for the Best Location to Fly

Before you launch your quad into the air, it is wise to spend some time scouring for the optimal location to fly. This is the first step to skillful drone photography. There are various methods you can use for this. For example, you can harness Google Earth to try and establish the best place to fly your quadcopter.

This useful tool comes with a 3D function that enables you to access intricate details on the map of your surroundings. The ability to explore possible locations in 3D is crucial to finding the best angles for aerial photography. In short, you have a pretty fair idea of how the landscape might look like even before you start taking the shots.

Plan your Shoot



The key to capturing remarkable drone footage lies in shooting a location with an exciting composition. This calls for planning, which should come before you start to fly the quad. The best drone shots have to be strategized in advance, and usually have that “wow” factor to make them stand out from the crowd.

Stake out the area you want to shoot and try to find the perfect angle for your shots. Also, you want to make sure that the conditions are just fine. For instance, don’t fly the drone when it’s breezy as this will shake the camera and lead to a “jello effect” on the images.

You’ll be amazed at just how often the best drone footage is planned out to a tee as opposed to being captured spontaneously.

Use the Best Settings

If you’re used to taking photos with a DSLR camera, doing so with a drone might feel like a whole different ball game. But as long as you get the settings right, you should be able to get what you’re looking for.

Note that the images from your drone aren’t going to match the quality of a DSLR camera. So, it’s up to you to tweak the settings to get incredible images. For instance, you always want to shoot at ISO 100 to minimize noise and adjust the camera’s aperture to around f/4-f/5.6 for the best results.



Remember Post-Processing

Don’t be too lazy to share unprocessed footage straight out of your camera. There is more than one way you can improve the photos you take with post-processing. Just look for the right post-processing software and you’ll be surprised at how an ordinary photo can be transformed into a masterpiece.

There are various software to choose from, including Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. Try them and see add that “wow” factor into your photos!

For more on drone photography, visit https://buybestquadcopter.com/!










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