Have you ever seen those shots of a bride and groom from high above, looking down and wondered “How’d they do that?” Well, most likely it was captured by a drone. Yep, drone photography and videography has made it to weddings! While some photographers are now offering this as part of their package, those who don’t, will often work with a drone pilot of your choice. Drone photography is a cool way to compose your wedding photos using a bird’s eye view. Most drone pilots will only work outside as taking a drone inside is a bit risky. So for all you couples who are thinking about booking an outside venue with water, sand, mountains, etc. having a drone would be an amazing way to capture the entire environment. Since drones are quite noisy, they are not often used for the ceremony, but rather sent up before the ceremony to capture the venue and also later once the ceremony is over to capture the cocktail hour and reception, as well as photo ops of the bride and groom. In the case of Helene Havard Photography, they also use a drone for day after sessions and trash the dress. Drone photographs are pretty incredible to look at, as there is something quite breathtaking and grand in capturing an aerial perspective of the beautiful venue you chose. Since the area is vast, we’d hazard a guess that seeing these photographs years later will evoke the memories and feelings you had on your special day even more so then a standard photograph. Scroll down and see for yourself!
Lead photograph ~ Helene Havard Photography with Flying World Pictures
Helene Havard Photography with Flying World Pictures
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