The Perks and Pitfalls of Drone Photographer’s Lifestyle

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Petr and Micah talk about the perks and pitfalls of Drone Photographer’s Lifestyle and what to expect when considering the career of a Drone Photographer.

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From funny observations to serious considerations, we share how becoming full time drone photographers affected our lifestyles, and our advice to people considering becoming professional drone photographers.

Have an observation, experience, or story to share? Let us know in comments below, we’d love to hear from you!

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  1. It was a great and informative podcast guys, thanks so much for your time on this. I have one question regarding this topic. As someone who is at “ground zero” in this industry, and still developing flying skills with a very cheap drone and camera. Once I feel confident with my flying and fpv skills on the cheap drone, Is it better to make the jump immediately to a high end and very expensive drone, or should I take another stepping stone and get something much better, say, a $500 drone and work with that for a while before moving to a $1200+ bird?

    • Hi Richard, thank you, glad you found the segment helpful. The answer to your question comes down to what you’re trying to do moving forward. The $500-$1200 range will get you a nice pro-sumer single operator drone. If you’re looking to get into more professional photography and/or videography, the Phantom 4Pro is a great next step as it gives you many camera features seen on SLR cameras (full manual, aperture control, focus), and helps you learn all this on budget. If you’re already a skilled photographer/videographer with good understanding of SLR cameras and your budget allows that, the Inspire line may be a good choice.

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