Undoubtedly, it is next to impossible to snap every special moment of your matrimony knot celebration. Even though you contract the best videographer in your town, you will probably find your friends and relatives asking the photographer to click their pics with you and your upcoming soul-mate. But, fortunately, in the last one decade or so, the world of photography has evolved, all with the emergence of drones, that are best at capturing great shots from above.
But, the question which might be striking your mind is, do I need to contract a videographer, who is licensed to employ for wedding photography? Scroll down to know what the experts say:
Yes, is what a full-time wedding photographer based in the charming Pacific Northwest have to say on this. Craig Flood, further told, it is legally required that your drone operator videographer is certified. Not only for legal hassles, it is also good to hire someone with a certification for the safety of your guests.
Jeff Brewer, a mechanical engineer by profession, and a videographer by passion suggest, in the United States of America, only a licensed drone operator can fly a drone for commercial purposes. Further, he says, certification here is just like insurance for the pilot of an air flight.
Without a dilemma, a big yes for Kristen Ryan Green, the founder of KJR Studio. According to him, all the commercial drones need to be registered, under the FAA Part 107. He further added an FAA agent may appear at your event to ask for the certification to fly commercial drones.
Wrapping up, from the above viewpoints of the experts, it is true to say that a drone operator license is an absolute fundamental entity when hiring a wedding videographer.