Let’s face it. Weddings are expensive enough. Photography and video is a big part of that expense. And adding a drone, well, you’re going to need a few more dollars.
Maybe you have a friend who’s a drone owner. But does he have the right drone? Does he have the right camera? Does he really know what he’s doing — and are you prepared to take a chance on your big day?
Having a friend that happens to own a drone and is ready, willing to give it a shot, isn’t the same as hiring a drone pilot who may do this for a living (and may also have insurance). And buying one before hand and hoping to learn before the big day is a tall order. All in all, for your special day, this sort of thing is best left to a professional.
But assuming there’s not another penny in the budget, and assuming you or a friend are so adventurous that you feel like tackling it yourself, then you’ve got some research to do. With so many drones to choose from and so many cameras to mount on them, you want to make sure you make the right choice. You need the best drone for the job, and as luck would have it, there’s a place you can go. There’s no better place to start than BestDroneForTheJob.com. They have a huge number of resources that will ensure you make the right choice. Be sure to check out their guide on How To Buy A Camera Drone.