Traveling with your drone is one of best ways to capture great new aerial footage, but taking it to different locations can sometimes be a problem. Drones are getting easier to carry around since most new consumer drones are smaller and better than previous generations. Whether you plan on filming in another country or a new location, make sure to keep these 8 drone traveling tips in mind:
If you’re a photographer, you’ve undoubtedly had the experience of taking a photo, looking at it on the back of the camera, and being stoked that you nailed the shot. But then you get home, download the images, and realize that it’s just a little out of focus, or the subject’s hair was in their face, or there was a strange wrinkle in their clothing. Shooting tethered to a laptop can alleviate problems like this, as well as provide other added benefits.
With this guide, you’ll gain a clearer understanding of the benefits of shooting tethered, as well as the specific hardware and software required.