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I was doing some dusk into night photography when I came upon Tom, a friendly drone pilot guy.
What a terribly exciting new genre as his Facebook & YouTube images show - he was flying a high end model with a Hasselblad aboard!

www.facebook.com/TomBaileyTV
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJTY...confirmation=1






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Is image #2 a crop from image #3, as I suspect, or are they two separate exposures? I don't suppose you got a peek at any of the images he got? (The YouTube link asked that I subscribe before I could see anything, something I don't normally do unless I am fairly sure a priori that I would want a regular feed of the output. Last time I went that route, I got a lot of advertising from people offering goods and services that I didn't want.)
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I've had this same UAV for about a month. It shoots 20 MP stills and up to 4K video. The image quality is amazing especially when you consider the thing is either moving or hovering. When it hovers, even in a stiff breeze, it's like having a camera on a tripod. And it's fun.
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Thanks DK, apologies for the long overdue reply. Yes, drones do look like fun, and a relatively new photography genre to explore. However, due to my years I am not about to embrace it!

I've just noticed that you shoot with the same gear as I.


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