Creating Drone Footage for Aerial Cinematography – UAV Video Recording



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  1. Flying A Drone and Getting Great Shots Is INSANELY EASY. I have one myself. I'm not sure if flying a drone would exactly make someone a cinematographer. Cinematographers usually are producing for cinema and control their lighting, depth of field, angles, There's just so much to being a cinematographer. I think a more proper description would be videographer at best. Or simply just RC PILOT.

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