Aerial Cinematography: a useful website to help you get off the ground

In natural history television we make ample use of aerial cinematography to open up the landscapes and place the subject of our films into the context of their habitat. With a huge variety of specialist gadgets and technical bits (including mounts of all shapes and sizes, gyro-stabalisation systems and remote controlled gizmos) there are as many ways to film from the skies as there are to film on good old solid ground. With so many things to consider, and above all safety, preparing for an aerial shoot can be a bit of a headache.

aerialcinematography.com is a useful website covering everything from camera mounts and aircraft to crew personnel.

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