The majority of income from UAV work comes from individual contracts, but stock photography and cinematography continues in the background as a way to generate money in the times when that work is difficult to come by. The process of generating stock footage is a relatively straight forward one. All you need is to have the equipment handy and to keep your eyes open. Some of the stock photography websites even go as far as to tell you what is trending and what agencies are cur
Following an article on the website of the Chartered Institute of Building (BIM+) entitled "Drones: When Does Monitoring Become Spying?", Bird's Eye Solutions wrote to the editor with a comment which aimed to restore some perspective to the argument. BIM+ kindly agreed that our response was worthy of publishing and can be found here: Let's Not Get Overdramatic About UAV Privacy Laws
Calvert Cliffs State Park sits on the edge of the Chesapeake Bay, south of Washington DC. The cliffs themselves are made from a soft sediment, rich in fossils, left over from a coastal ocean that existed in the Miocene era. It is a common occurance to find 18 million year old sharks' teeth and petrified shellfish remains on the sandy shore. Due to the fact that parking is some 2 miles away from the beach, the area has a relatively low number of visitors and it is easy to feel
Taking the opportunity during some time down-route in the USA, I came across this farm in Chaneyville, Maryland. The owner very kindly agreed to let me roam across the farm shooting with a DSLR and Phantom 4. It is possible to find beauty in the mundane and decrepit.