New Dual Thermal Camera Solution

TeAx ThermalCapture Fusion

TeAx Technology Announces New Dual Thermal Camera Solution TeAx Technology has announced the release of ThermalCapture Fusion, a dual camera solution that captures and stores both thermal and visual data. “Small commercial drones were missing out on a solution of a perfectly aligned dual camera, which connects both the thermal and the visual world professionally together,” said Markus Ax, CEO…

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Better Drone Photography Tips


Better Drone Photography Tips By DJI Enthusiasts Dirk Dallas — a hardcore drone enthusiast with an unhealthy obsession for aerial photography — has been taking pictures from below and is eager to share his experiences and tips to help you make the most of your aerial photos. Dallas’s drone of choice is his prized DJI Phantom 3 Pro quadcopter but what…

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10 Amazing Aerial Shots

Ship Wreck at L’Agulhas by Dirke Heydenrych. A dramatic sunset is the perfect backdrop for this shipwreck off the Cape L’Algulhas headland in South Africa.

10 Amazing Aerial Shots That Will Make You Want To Buy A Drone SkyPixel, the world’s largest community dedicated to aerial photography, has released its top picks of aerial photos taken by photographers and drone enthusiasts from around the world. The SkyPixel 2016 Photo Contest is currently accepting entries until December 30, 2016. Photographs from any type of aerial platform…

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37 incredible drone photos

37 incredible drone photos from across the globe that would be illegal today Drones are everywhere, from the battlefield to the backyards of America. In 2013, when the first consumer drones began arriving on the market, photographer Amos Chapple knew he needed one. After purchasing a drone, he traveled the world photographing famous landmarks — before some governments had time…

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Your New Vacation Photographer

A photograph taken in Myanmar by a drone cameraman, a service provided by the travel company Black Tomato. Credit Black Tomato

Your New Vacation Photographer: A Drone Vacation photography is hitting new heights. The luxury travel company Black Tomato has introduced a service called “Drone the World,” which sends a professional drone photographer to capture their clients’ adventures. The service is included in trips from $5,500 a person for a three-night itinerary, including flights, accommodations and excursions. Once home, travelers receive…

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The Human Flying Drone

HUMAN FLYING DRONE. Credit: Casey Neistat

The Human Flying Drone, This Year’s Must-See Video ‘Tis the season for mind-blowing aerial drone videos. The latest in this trend, the Human Flying Drone, has taken YouTube by storm with almost 5 million views and trust us, it does not disappoint. Casey Neistat, the YouTube filmmaker behind the epic video, and his crew wanted a drone that could carry a human. When they…

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Why gimbals are better than software stabilization

For aerial photography and cinematography, using a gimbal is definitely better than any software to stabilize your footage.

Why gimbals are better than software stabilization for aerial cinematography While there are quite a lot of ways to stabilize a drone’s camera for aerial cinematography, with lots of extra add-ons you can purchase such as suspension rails and LED lighting, nothing really comes close to an onboard gimbal that offers all 3 axes support and the 6 degrees of…

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