859 Drone Ship

Chris takes you through the dangers and rewards of flying a drone on a moving platform in the ocean, aka, a ship. Joe wants to know how reciprocity failure will influence his pinhole photography and Chris explains what it is and how it is linked to exposure time.

Photo by Sweet Ice Cream Photography

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824 Drones

Today Chris talks about flying cameras, drones. About the requirements to fly them, some of the tech, image stabilization, cameras and sensors, regulations, travel and especially about what to keep in mind from the creative side when doing remote controlled aerial videography and photography.

Photo by Antoine Beauvillain

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tfttf635 – Interview: Jon Miller on Drones

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Chris talks with videographer Jon Miller of The Rest of Everest about his latest tool to gather amazing footage: a quadrocopter that is capable of carrying motion-stabilized cameras and can fly at the high elevation of Mt. Everest Base Camp. In their discussion Chris and Jon touch on everything form the technology and how to get started with flying one of these for far below $1000, the legalities of commercial drone flying and about the potential for controversy that these flying cameras have with some people.

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» Feb 2019: Arctic: Fantastic Fjords Tour 1
» Feb 2019: Arctic: Fantastic Fjords Tour 2
» Jun 2019: Silk Road Kyrgyztan
» Sep 2019: Greenland
» Oct 2019: Romaina Fall Colors
» Feb 2020: Lake Baikal, Siberia
» Soon: Mar 2020: Ethiopia, Omo Valley
» Soon: Apr 2020: Bhutan, The Untouched East
» Soon: Sep 2020: Ireland, Wild Atlantic Way
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