My May Road Trip North with the Drone

My May Road Trip North with the Drone

Who doesn't love a road trip? 

I enjoy packing up the gear, and escaping the daily grind to explore a new part of the world.

A work trip to the north of Tasmania saw me hurriedly pack the car, and at the last minute I grabbed the DJI Mavic Pro drone that was sitting in the corner of the office.

It was worth it - the gloomy conditions and a short break in filming allowed me to send it up for a quick flight in a pretty neat area called Rosevears, 20 minutes or so out of Launceston.

drone shot above rosevears
The views from Rosevears were spectacular

While nothing quite beats a sunrise or sunset shoot with clear skies and a sweet afternoon shadow, some of the gloomy scenes that Tassie's north produced were great.

Rosevears' green and yellow tones were amazing, mixed in with a diverse waters edge that was almost swamp like.

We're hoping to incorporate some of the footage in a client video to give some further context on place, which will be a great addition to some of the interview and action footage captured.

- D.

top down shot overlooking the rosevear road
The water's edge provided a diverse contrast in colour of road, vegetation and water.
drone image down rosevears
Gloomy conditions made for some awesome scenes.
My May Road Trip North with the Drone
My May Road Trip North with the Drone
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