…and it makes you look like a bit of a knob!
To Photoshop with a chuckle I go!
What3Words (W3W hereafter) have developed an amazing system where they divide the world up into 3m² squares. It’s much more accurate than a Google Maps link to a location. And exact locations are a huge part of drone flight planning!
If you already know how to use W3W then jump straight to the Contact Me -> Location Sender page to pick and send the locations. If not, read on!Read more “How to use W3W to send me exact locations”
We all know that a good featured image can bring so many more clicks to your sale listing. With such beautiful countryside along the canals as the background, why not arrange an aerial photo of your canal barge to help sell your boat?Read more “Sell your boat with a drone photo!”
Drones have seen some bad press. A lot of it warranted in fairness, as drones have become incredibly easily accessible to stupid people! I always follow the rules and regulations regarding the safe operation of a UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle). It is obviously frustrating when people oblivious or ignorant of the rules go and take the shot that I wanted but couldn’t take because it would not have been safe or legal, but they are the rules and they are there to keep us all safe. It is still possible to get great results by thinking outside the box.Read more “Was my drone shot legal?”
I chartered a boat from Weymouth Harbour. The weather forecast was perfect. CruiseMapper said there were loads of ships in the bay. I loaded up the car with Peli cases full of camera stuff and headed down south with a mission of capturing some of the cruise ships anchored in Weymouth Bay. The bay has become a resting spot for cruise ships during the coronavirus lockdown and there can be up to 10 ships anchored close to the coast at once.Read more “Cruise Ships in Weymouth Bay”