Look, it’s a bird! It’s a plane! No – neither of the two describes the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that can range from 5 to 20 inches in width and weigh up to 12 pounds – drone!
In the past, shooting aerial images had been very limited – unless you were to rent a helicopter, a plane, or an entire film crew. The invention of a camera mounted on a drone signifies a new era of shooting landscape footage.
Drones can be applied in various areas – inspections, search, security, research, surveillance, aerial photography, videography and documentation. In any of these cases, drones can fly over the places that a photographer under usual conditions wouldn’t be able to reach. It can film all sorts of events and can thus provide informative footages for public or personal usage.
Operating with drones during construction documentation also replaces employing human resources or pricey machinery.
Read through the 4 ways on how drones can be used if you are launching a construction-building project!