Just hours after winter storm Stella reared her ugly head on the northeast, we were out helping our local DPW get some aerial footage of the aftermath. Just because the weather isn't ideal for flying, you sometimes have to make the most of the area in which you live. Often times that means flying in … Continue reading Flying in cold weather
Let's quickly make sense of the FAA ruling regarding Part 107 and sUAS operation... Basically the government doesn't want a Jetson-like future with thousands of drones and planes sharing the same sky, at least not yet. With good cause, technology hasn't quite reached a level where drones automatically recognize an incoming flight path of a … Continue reading How to apply for a waiver from the FAA
So you just purchased, or received (you lucky bastard) your very first drone... What do you do now? You keep hearing talk about registration and certifications and the FAA cracking down on unsolicited flights and blah, blah, blah.... It seems like the negative news surrounding sUAS operation these days is worse then the Brooklyn Nets … Continue reading You just bought a drone…now what?
Let's face it, shaky drone footage is about as unpleasant to watch as paint drying on a wall...in fact, you can probably make a strong case that the paint is more intriguing. Shaky and abrupt camera movements are the ultimate sign of amateur piloting and we don't ever want to see them in your footage! … Continue reading Stop posting shaky drone footage
Welcome to the blog of RizeOptix. We're a team of motivated professionals in the media production industry. Here, through this blog, we set out to help aspiring artists learn the tips and tricks necessary to succeed in a creative society. We look forward to sharing many exciting tutorials and informational essays with you. We truly believe … Continue reading Welcome