Good Day from Southsea - Shooting with a Drone Part 1
Updated: Nov 10, 2019
This is the blog of Ian Crowson Photography. Here are thoughts and advice about taking photos with a drone or a camera. Crow's-eye went aerial.
Another aerial shot of Southsea's South Parade Pier taken in June 2019. I took this before 0600 in the morning. Firstly to get the light, long shadows look great in aerial photos. Also before many people were about who might not like drones. Hope all those flats on the sea front have their curtains drawn!
I used my DJI Inspire 2 drone with Zenmuse 5XS camera. This gimballed camera takes a range of lenses, DJI, Olympus and Panasonic micro 4/3. Here I used my DJI 15mm
(30mm full frame) .Height was near the maximum allowed in the UK of 120m/400feet. See the Drone Code Here
The ship approaching Portsmouth Harbour entrance is the Condor Commodore Clipper ferry arriving from the Channel Islands. Info here.
Lots more to come about drone photography, filming, portraits and loads of photo stuff
Bye from crow's-eye,
Ian Crowson Photography of Southsea
Every drone owner must register with the CAA by the end of November 2019
If you own a drone in the UK see here https://register-drones.caa.co.uk.