Drone aerial photography allows you to capture that same kind of landmark footage, minus the Hollywood effects. Instead of relying on a film crew, you only need is a remote-controlled drone, otherwise called an unmanned aerial vehicle by hobbyists, and camera equipment.
You’ve successfully snagged the wedding venue of your dreams and now you’re looking for the best way to capture it in all its glory. Consider using a drone. These image-capturing aircrafts are the latest trend in the bridal market and may be just the ticket for scoring cinematic quality aerial footage. While we love the automated ones (like the Lily Drone, which we’ll be seeing more of at Re:Make 2017, btw), it’s best to leave the photography to a professional on your special day. To help get you started, we spoke to Jovan Tanasijevic, founder of Above Summit Aerial Cinematography and Lovely Valentine Wedding Photography for a crash course in drone photography.