Drone Photography

Flying Your Drone in Native American Reservation Airspace – Aerial Photography Article

Flying Your Drone in Native American Reservation Airspace Flying in Native American Airspace A question was raised during my recent vacation to a National Park in Montana: Do Native American Nations have sovereign authority over their airspace? I had intended to fly the Park’s edge region from Tribal lands (which legally complies with the NPS Policy Memorandum 14-05). However, I realized the rules that apply to airspace over tribal lands might be different. Airspace Sovereignty from the Native American Perspective…

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Hiring a Drone Pilot in Cumbria or the Lake District for Aerial Photography – What you Need to Know? – Aerial Photography Article

Hiring a Drone Pilot in Cumbria or the Lake District for Aerial Photography – What you Need to Know? If you’re looking to hire a drone operator for the first time, be it for a drone filming project, aerial photography or a building survey; it can feel a little confusing when you start to look into it. Legal Drone Hire Cumbria & Lake District Once you read through articles online, you will see a lot of use of specialist terminology…

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Does a Private Property Owner Have the Right to Shoot Down Your Drone? – Aerial Photography Article

Shooting at a Drone is Illegal Shooting down an aerial drone is a federal crime and could result in criminal liability. Regardless of how a property owner feels about a drone’s (perceived) invasion of privacy over their private property, there are more civil solutions available. State Privacy Laws Favor Property Owners We established in our May 2017 blog that case law has favored property owners for altitudes up to 500 feet above their property. So, the wise drone pilot will…

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How Drone Photography Can Help Your Casino or Resort – Aerial Photography Article

How Drone Photography Can Help Your Casino or Resort 28 Feb How Drone Photography Can Help Your Casino or Resort Posted at 15:58h in Drone News by velocity Photographers have been taking cameras into the air almost as long as cameras have existed. Some photographers hovered above in hot air balloons while others hooked their cameras up to kites with electrical charges to release the shutter. Even birds were utilized until aircraft were invented. Today, drones can do it all…

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