5. Capture the day but don’t get in the way
Weddings are very special events - the last thing anyone wants is a loud drone ruining the mood. Drones shouldn’t be used to capture intimate moments up close, such as the exchanging of the vows - they’re far more suited to capturing the overall feeling of the day, from the beautiful surroundings and arrival of guests, to the ceremony from afar.
If you stick to sky drone photography, you can still offer a unique view of the proceedings and special moments - simply at a safer and less intrusive distance. Utilising pre-programmed flight patterns is a good way to capture more consistent footage from the sky - for example, the DJI Mavic 2 Pro paired with the DJI GO app, can provide a wide range of intelligent flight modes for you to use with confidence.
6. Spend some time focusing on the venue
One of the major strengths of an aerial photography drone is its ability to capture an incredible vantage point of locations.