Monday, May 14, 2018

Where in Europe Should You Travel With Your Drone? ♥

*This is a collaborative post

If you’re looking to explore the wonderful sights that Europe has to offer, the best way to make the most of your trip is by taking your drone along with you.

Not only does this give you the opportunity to capture the world from a whole different perspective, you can also use your drone to keep the kids entertained whilst visiting Europe’s incredible tourist hotspots!

Europe is a diverse continent bursting with culture, history and lush scenery. This makes it all the more difficult to decide where to visit when looking for places to perfect your drone photography. Luckily, the drone enthusiasts over at the Case Farm have carefully curated the ultimate European drone tour below, to provide some inspiration for your next getaway.

Top tips for perfecting your drone photography
To help to you make the most of your trip, I’ve provided some extra tips to help you perfect your drone photography below:

1. Double check drone rules and regulations
There’s no point embarking on a European drone tour if you can’t use your drone in the locations that you want to visit! That’s why it’s crucial you stay up-to-date with drone rules and regulations, up until the day you fly and whilst you’re on your trip.

The rules surrounding drone usage are constantly updating and they differ between countries. So before you get started on your journey, make sure to check these over to avoid any hefty fines or penalties.
2. Upgrade your drone’s features
If you want to take your photography to the next level, you’ll need to upgrade your drone’s features so that you can maximise its potential. For example, you could upgrade your battery for longer flight times or switch to a new gimble to improve image stability. However, make sure that any new features comply with airline safety regulations and local drone laws before you travel.

No matter whether you do this yourself or you order additional parts from the manufacturer, the new additions to your drone are likely to help you capture more impressive photos on your trip.

3. Look for unusual lines, shapes and angles

Your average park or street might look mundane from the ground, however, from the sky you’ll be able to see a range of lines and shapes that you couldn’t previously spot.

Lines of symmetry or asymmetry, unusual shapes and wonky angles can make for interesting photography. So don’t forget to look out for these features whilst on your European drone tour!

No matter where you visit in Europe, you’re likely to find an exciting hidden gem to explore or a landmark to uncover. Taking your drone along with you on your European adventure is not only a fun way to see the world, you can capture your family’s memories along the way too!

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