10 drone moves every pilot should know: orbit, top-down, more #drone #droneday
Quick tips for aspiring drone pilots From Jeven Dovey on YouTube. via DroneDJ:
The first is one of the most well-known moves but is still one of the easiest and best moves to do with a drone. Orbit is a simple shot moving around an object. This is easy to do as you push both of the joysticks in the opposite direction, creating the effect.
Another shot that is always great and is easy to capture is the top-down shot. This doesn’t really need any stick control, with the camera being pointed down toward the ground or object. From there, you move the drone in any direction to get a bird’s-eye view of the ground.
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