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One of the most revolutionary breakthroughs in photography in recent years is drone photography. high-voltage cameras that allow you to catch unusual points of view of common subjects. Recently, the cost of having a camera in the air has fallen drastically, and if you plan to move down this path, I guarantee you won't be disappointed. Besides the incredible pictures you're going to catch, they're actually a lot of fun!

As for most technical advances, a wide range of drones or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) are on the market. Similar to camera equipment in general, how much you're willing to invest will decide the efficiency of the on-board camera and the flying characteristics of the drone itself. There are low-cost versions that will capture very simplistic photos, up to the big boy’s toys that will happily carry your precious DSLR up into the sky. You may also add your GoPro to a range of units that will take advantage of the camera gear that you might already have.

Whether you are a professional drone photographer or someone, there are some things you need to know to fly a drone. It must be said, though, that as simple as these are to fly, common sense and care is a large part of aerial flying. It's recommended that you begin with certain restrictions in place that can be conveniently set up on the mobile app that operates a drone. Typically this is along the lines of restricting the overall height you can fly, and even how far away you can take a drone.

Almost always start somewhere wide open, such as a nearby outfield or park, and spend time testing the controls before you even think of pressing the shutter button. Has to be aware of your position in regards to what's going on around you. Since these cameras typically have a wide-angle lens (20mm equivalent) and are easily misplaced when near objects such as trees and buildings, – especially when viewing the smartphone screen is the healthiest choice to do. whether you are a professional drone photographer or not, you have to follow some basic rules and regulations, here we listed some sort of rules and regulations.

Rules and Regulations


Many countries have laws to follow, and while not all of them can be listed here, they generally take the following lines:

  • The drone must always be in the Line of Sight (LOS) – that usually means that you should always be able to see it.
  • Maximum Height 133 meters (400 feet)
  • Never fly over groups of people
  • Respect others privacy
  • Should not fly drones anywhere near airports and other no-fly zones as defined in each country.

NB: It is advised to visit with the local air safety authority for detailed information in your area.


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