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Types of photography with Drones!

Types of Photography with Drones!

Since photography became one of the main uses of drones, pilots, both veteran and beginner, have a very specific interest in exploring the possibilities that a drone can grant them. For this reason, I bring here some tools that you can use to take a picture with a type of interest style with your drone.

One-shot photo: This is the most common option among those pilots interested in photography, because image capture is done with the configuration of your camera in a standard mode. This option is the easiest and is at the hand of anyone who needs to take a photo quickly.

Multiple photos / burst: This setting allows you to take shots in the form of a consecutive burst, taking 3, 5 or 7 photos per second. This option is quite viable when you want to capture a photograph of an event that happens spontaneously and quickly, as well as to take photos of moving objects. Thus, from the whole series of photographs taken, you can choose the one you like best.

Auto Exposure Rupture (AEB): This mode is for taking pictures with different exposure values. You can use it when you don’t know or are not sure what the right light exposure would be for your photos or when you want to create an HDR photo. In this mode, you will have to combine the photos with an image editing software.

High-Dynamic Range (HDR): Similar to AEB, the HDR mode automatically configures the exposure of your photographs in order to capture the best details of the elements that make up the photo.

Time Lapse Photos: In this mode you can configure your drone to take pictures with an indefinite time interval, from every 2 seconds to every 60 seconds. Thus, you can create a video with the effect of time lapse.

Panoramic: As you can guess, this option allows you to capture open photographs, to take photos of the best landscape horizons.

 

flying drone on a background of sea sunset

By |2019-11-10T14:33:07-05:00October 23rd, 2019|Drone Flight Training|0 Comments

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