Can you use your drone to tow someone on a skateboard, snowboard or surfboard? Is that legal? Today, we answer a call from Kevin in New Jersey about towing. He wants to know if towing is allowed by law. Does towing someone on a snowboard violate any of the FAA's Part 107 regulations? Whether or not
Today, we talk about drone ordinances and city regulations. Drone ordinances are being enacted by cities around the country. However, the FAA is the organization that governs
Today, we talk about freelancing. As the cost of benefits goes up and permanent positions become more scarce, many people find themselves working on their own. This can be a great way for drone pilots to make a living, particularly when travel is involved. When working in fields like
Today, we discuss camera lenses. While certain lenses work well for exterior shots, you may want to use a special lens to photograph interiors. After all you'll want the widest possible view when shooting interiors like homes and
Today, we talk about bracketing photographs. In case you don't know, bracketing is when you shoot the same photo with multiple exposures and combine them to create a higher quality picture. These photos tend to be more dynamic than those shot in a single exposure. Bracketing photos isn't difficult.
Today, we offer some advice on making high-quality maps and models. If you’re starting to make 3D models with your drone, you’ll find
Living the drone life isn't always easy. In order to successfully run your drone business, you need to be setting goals and meeting them. Today, we talk about how to achieve your goals in 2018. How do you stay