Have Drones Fully Replaced Helicopters in Snowboard Movies?

Have Drones Fully Replaced Helicopters in Snowboard Movies?

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Have Drones Fully Replaced Helicopters in Snowboard Movies?

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Only a short time ago aerial cinematography in ski films was only an option for big-budget productions able to shell out the cheddar for a helicopter and a camera operator to hang out an open door. Now anyone with around a $1000 can walk into a Best Buy or go on Amazon and grab a camera ready drone and essentially achieve the same shots.

The following video explores drone filming during the snowboard film “DRIVEN.” Featuring John Jackson, Gigi Ruf and Victor Daviet riding from Russia to Japan and Austria to Alaska. Follow the crew as they show you how to use drones, cable cams and create the best camera set-ups for powder shots, cinematic scenes and action shots.

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