Drone photography allows images and video to be captured that might not be otherwise possible for human photographers and videographers. That capacity can be enabled by the flight abilities of drones, their small size or their ability to tolerate harsh environments. Drone photography often enables a first-person view that would normally be impossible to achieve.
Up front, it’s also equipped with a 4K camera and super compact 3-axis gimbal. This allows the device to capture super stabilized video without the resolution cutbacks required for digital stabilization. Plus, behind the camera, the drone also has DJI’s ActiveTrack and Optical Flow software, which allow it to track objects and sense obstacles (respectively) using nothing but the camera and image analysis algorithms.
I have been flying drones for about four years and got my FAA license in November of 2017. I started take my Mavic and Spark drones everywhere to refine my flying technique as well as capture awesome footage and photos.
DJI Spark | Typhoon H | DJI Mavic Pro| FAA Part 107