Peoria Drone Video & Photography
Announcing our newest project and we need YOU! We at Peoria Drone need you to help us identify Peoria's most noteworthy locations. This spring & summer we are shooting an aerial video compilation of our city's (and surrounding communities will be included, too!) most impressive landmarks. Please leave your suggestions (and like our page!!) on Facebook.
Bradley University's Senior Consulting Project is underway this semester! We are also the newest members of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce. 2020 is shaping up to be a fantastic year for Peoria Drone!
Christmas tree lighting at FOLEPI Forest in the Levee District, East Peoria-December 6, 2019. It was a perfect December evening for droning!
Spirit of Peoria on Peoria's Riverfront.
Bradley University's Homecoming soccer game. Check out the winning (and only) goal at approximately 00:18. Go Braves!
Bradley Soccer's cheer team performing at Shea Stadium prior to the Homecoming game.
Raw footage from the 31st Annual Duck Race (August 24, 2019) to benefit Center for Prevention of Abuse.
Are you or someone you know planning a wedding? We can help capture those special memories! See the video below for an example of what we could do for an outdoor wedding. Having an indoor wedding? We still have options for you. We can capture the newly married couple exiting the church or courthouse and all the other events going on outside. Another service we can provide is to capture video of the engaged couple as they do things they love to do together--and we can create a video montage for the wedding reception. Let us know if we can help! For information, call Rodney or Cheri at (309) 369-7067.
FAA Releases Optimistic
Due to the mandatory registration that was implemented just over a year ago, the FAA estimates over the next 5 years there will be more than 3.5 million Hobbyist Drones and 420,000 Commercial Drones.
65% Night operation, 35% Operations over people, 19% BVLOS Operations, 9% Operations from a moving vehicle and Perational Limitation
5 Tips For Completing
An Epic Shot
1. Check your Micro SD card and your Gimbal Angle - use your Drone's gimbal pitch control to tilt your camera down slightly.
2. Shoot flat for better footage - shoot in the RAW setting.
3. Use lens filters to improve your Ariel Video - To adjust to
ambient light with the fixed aperture the camera automatically accelerates it's shutter speed.
4. Take Advantage of Light during the Golden Hour - The width of
your fist is about 10 degrees Place your first knuckle on the horizon.
5. The Litchi App costs money but it makes orbits easy - This orbit feature lets you determine the specifics for your shot in the app
before the drone takes off.
Available for hire
- Outdoor Events
- Waterfront Activities
- Seasonal Scenery
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