SEASCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY - I dropped my Camera!

SEASCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY - I dropped my Camera!

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Back out for another POV-style Vlog, this time shooting a world-class seascape location I've long wanted to shoot on the South Coast of NSW Australia. The twist to this video is that I DROP MY CAMERA!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What time of day is best for drone photography?

When there's not much activity on ground, a drone can capture aerial images at sunrise and sunset.

Drones are great for taking beautiful photos of landscapes as well as the sky. Sometimes drones can't fly at night so you might miss spectacular views.

Take advantage of the sunrise and sunset hours to capture great photo opportunities. These times are more conducive to stunning photos of nature, as there are less cars on the road and less people walking about.

It will also be easier to photograph in low light levels.

A drone is also immune to strong winds and rain. These conditions make daylight perfect for photographing with a drone.

But, if you wish to capture nighttime scenes, flying during the moonlit nights is an option. This will give you a unique perspective of the cityscape below.

How can I get started with drone photography

There are many options for starting to photograph with a drone. A ready-made drone package is the first choice. This kit will contain everything you need for getting started. They vary in price from $200 to $500 depending upon the model.

The other option is to build your drone. Even though this can be difficult, it is still possible to build a drone that will take decent photos or videos.

For those who want to try building their drone, we recommend starting with a quadcopter. A quadcopter, like conventional helicopters has four propellers or rotors instead of the usual two.

A quadcopter is simpler to assemble than a helicopter. It is also less expensive to buy and easier to transport.

First, you need to pick the right parts. Motors, batteries, controllers and props will all be required. Pick the correct size, weight and type.

Next, you will need to choose which type of controller you want. There are many types of controllers available. It is recommended to buy one with a builtin camera so that you don't need to attach another device to your drone.

Once you have selected the correct parts, it's time to assemble your drone. To make things easy, we recommend buying a preassembled kit. However, you can also build your own drone by following a few steps.

Step 1: Attach your battery pack

To build your quadcopter, you will need to connect the battery pack and the motor. First, remove the cover plate from the bottom of the battery pack. Next, slide the battery in place.

Step 2 Connect the motors

Next, you will need to place the motors within the proper slots. Each motor must be placed in the appropriate slot. When installing the motors, make sure they face forward and are perpendicular to the frame.

Step3: Installing the propeller

The propellers will need to be attached to the frame. Be sure to place them at equal distances.

Once you have completed all of these steps, your drone is now ready for testing! If there is no movement when the engine turns on, check that the propellers point forward. Also, ensure that there aren’t obstructions between propellers.

Which drone is the best for photography?

Drones can be used for a variety of purposes, including aerial photography, filming movies, and even delivering packages. What is the secret to drones being such a useful tool for us? Drones are now very popular for two reasons. They are versatile tools. There are thousands of uses for drones. These drones can be used to perform nearly any task you use a conventional camera for. They are also easy to operate. If you have flown a quadcopter before, you already know how simple it is to fly a drone.

Drones can also capture incredible images. You can take stunning photos from places you wouldn’t normally go with a drone. These include remote locations where you may be exposed to danger.

Drones are simple to use, and anyone can quickly learn to fly one. After you have mastered the basics, your drone can be used to take amazing photos no matter where you are. If you're interested in better photos, take a look at our drone range.

How do I fly my drone

Practice is key to flying a drone. Although drones are much more stable than regular aircraft, pilots still need to get experience. We recommend that you practice indoors, or close to your house, for beginners.

When learning how to fly a drone, you'll need to master three basic skills. These are taking off, hovering and landing.

Take Off

To take off, simply lift the drone into the sky. Once the drone is moving upward, hold down the button on the controller. Once the drone is at a certain height stop pressing the button.


Hovering is a way to keep the drone still in midair. To hover, press and hold the left or the right triggers. Tilt the controller to move the drone. Hold down both triggers.


Landing is when the drone returns safely to the earth. To land, release the throttle. Then tilt the controller toward the ground. The drone will slow down and eventually land.

Flying your drone is a matter of comfort. You must be careful not that your drone crashes into anything.


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How To

How to make a Time-Lapse using a Drone

When making time-lapses, there are two main types of cameras commonly used - DSLRs (Digital Single Lens Reflex), which are generally more expensive than point-and-shoot digital cameras.

The way light enters DSLR cameras can also make them produce better quality images. Videography is not as easy because you need to manually focus and adjust the exposure.

For beginners, point-and-shoot cameras such as the GoPro are simpler to use. Videos can look grainy due to the lower resolution.

Consumer drones are the best choice for time-lapse photography. These small flying robots offer a cheaper alternative to professional drones.

A drone is a remote control aircraft that flies autonomously without human intervention. Quadcopter drones can have multiple propellers, but a drone usually uses one propeller.

A drone can provide aerial footage as well as cinematic shots. You can equip your drone with a stabiliser to capture smooth handheld footage.

You can create a time lapse by recording the drone above your subject. The sky won't appear dark during the shot if the sun isn't directly overhead.

To achieve the desired effect you can adjust your shutter speed and aperture. You could, for instance, set the shutter speed to 30 seconds when you're shooting a sunset and leave the aperture wide open so that as much natural light is allowed in.

The opposite approach should be used for night shots. Use a slow shutter speed of 1 second and close the aperture to reduce the amount of light entering the camera. This creates bright images where details can be clearly seen.