G-Shock Watch Commercial


Sometimes when your flying for productions you don’t see the final product for months, so when I saw this edit for the G-Shock watches so soon I was super excited. I teamed up with Drone Dudes and executed the aerial shots that they needed for the video.

One of the challenges I ran into when using the Drone Dude’s phantom was using the 5.4 mm RageCam Lens. I never flew with the rage cam lens before and a lot of the shots required that the camera points straight down. While the biker rode around I kept the camera at a 45 degree angle to have a little bit of forgiveness-room.

Processed with VSCOcam with m5 presetWorking for Drone Dudes provides a really interesting dynamic as for how we book our jobs, to when I go out and fly. Recently I’ve been working with Drone Dudes as a lead pilot heading out on different film shoots. Being a pilot for Drone Dudes is best for me as one of my weak points is bidding on jobs with clients. It allows me to focus on my piloting skills and helps me concentrate on translating the clients vision into a reality.

SOURCE: Quadcopter Guy – Read entire story here.

by Trent Siggard