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Things to consider, and questions I'll ask

When engaging an aerial drone photographer, safety and privacy come first. That said, please also consider the following:

  • After my required pre-flight checkup, please do NOT engage me in conversation. Distractions are unsafe, and need to be kept to a minimum.
  • Will it be necesarry to fly over property you do not own?
  • If so, can you get permission?
  • Do you want stills, video, or both?
  • For video, I can provide basic post-processing, editing, text overlays, etc.
  • How do you want your finished product delivered? Options are email, CDROM, USB stick, Google drive, Dropbox, and HoverWolf's dedicated Youtube channel.
  • Winter flying is discouraged, though not impossible. The biggest consideration is battery life, so flying below zero degrees Celcius is not recommended.
  • Flight day may be postponed due to inclement weather and/or wind.
  • I will need an exact location for the shoot so I can check the proximity to any airports and aerodromes.
  • There is a 300 foot elevation limit imposed by Transport Canada.
The more information you can provide, the more accurately we can plan our flight session.





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