The advent of drone photography was a blessing for aerial photography enthusiasts and professionals and continues to be a popular approach to capturing sweeping vistas and stunning scenery. Since there are budget and pro drone cameras available today, it’s easy to see why more and more photographers have been picking it up. if you’re set to get your own drone camera soon, you may find today’s photography cheat sheet useful for your practice.
The infographic below, shared by Infogrades and put together by DronoMag (archived page) and features some useful tips to help budding photographers get the best out of their drone captures and footage. Since you’re not only taking photos and videos but also controlling the drone, a shoot can be very challenging, especially for beginners. This photography cheat sheet should be able to serve as your quick guide to the basic dos and don’ts of drone photography.
There are now countless drone options that fit every need and budget, and most of them now come with built-in cameras. Make sure to do your research to get the one with the best features and capabilities that will give you great results for a good price. You won’t need something very high-end yet if you’re still a beginner. But it would be a good idea to narrow your choices down to a model with good flight time for your practice, a decent megapixel count, and low light capabilities.