by Charlotte Moss Published 01/10/2016
‘A two-day ground school with an exam is the first part, and then you have to write an operations manual that covers your specific drone and your business practices. It’s not an easy thing to write - it lists safety procedures, operating procedures, managing and maintaining your craft, and lots of risk assessments!’
After about a year of hard work Tim obtained his licence and has been putting his drone to work at every opportunity. ‘People often want aerial images of weddings and just as they would hire a videographer in addition to their main photographer, they will often hire us to shoot aerial photography’. Of course it’s not just Tim who works in the business - his wife Alison also is the official observer for all of their aerial operations. On top of that she manages their shop and does all of the accounting, meaning that Tim can get on with the job of taking photos!
There are 170 days to get ready for The Societies of Photographers Convention and Trade Show at The Novotel London West, Hammersmith ...
which starts on Wednesday 17th March 2021