March for Science On Earth Day 2017, people throughout the nation gathered in their local communities to March for Science. I felt this would be something that as worth getting an eye in the sky on. We viewed over 400 people walking in Marshfield, Wisconsin with our drone. Watch our aerial footage here.You can read about walk here: http://exploremarshfield.com/march-science-coming-marshfield/ Here is the...
Unwrapping Your Drone and First Flight! Did you unwrap a Drone (sUAS) this Christmas? Before you take your first flight, there is several things to consider. The FAA has a designated page on their website for getting started: https://www.faa.gov/uas/getting_started/ FAA's Small UAS Rule (Part 107), really changed much about remote flying and drone operation in August of 2016. A few things everyone would...
For the second time this year, I have been asked to film a procession of a fallen hero. At the time of the first request, I was very nervous to accept. I questioned my own intentions for doing this. Would people think I was trying to gain attention for myself or organization? Would they see the film crew, cameras,...
Aerial Mapping We have recently started to explore the world of aerial mapping. Not only does this help so many businesses in their respective industries, it allow for a higher frequency of updates. The cost for us to take aerial photography for mapping is a fraction of what conventional operations cost. Take a moment and check out the quality provided...
You never go looking for the shot, you catch it. The morning of February 22nd was no different. I had an early morning meeting that brought me to downtown Marshfield. Just before the sunrise there was a light rain. As the rain passed and the sun began to rise, I realized that we were going to get a great...
First Flight! The first aerial video that I created was this one of the Yellow River in the winter of 2017. I have always had mixed feelings about creating videos when it comes to commentary. What is the right level of commentary? Does the audience even like the person behind the camera in front of it? Does it take...
Seen on Focus on Marshfield After heavy rainfall and mild February temperatures, the Yellow River is experiencing moderate flooding. Those living near the waterway should remain vigilant as snow runoff and swift currents combined with soggy ground lead to spring-like melting. A tributary of the Wisconsin River, the Yellow River originates in eastern Clark County and flows through Pittsville, Dexter, and Babcock in Wood...
You may have seen the supermoon on December 3rd, 2017. In central Wisconsin much of the view of the moon was blocked by cloud cover, which is being followed by a polar vortex. However, I thought it would be interesting to have some fun with some photos that were shot the night before. But first here is the post.
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