Eye in the Sky: Showcasing Venues Through Aerial Footage
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Ever since the inception of cameras on helicopters, teams have been infatuated with proving aerial views that humans are incapable of seeing on their own. Over time, devices like high-speed drones have taken over this sector by squeezing through tight spaces and soaring in areas of venues that have never been seen before. Social media professionals dive deep into the thought process behind these creative pieces, the technology that is making these shots possible, the challenges that come with each scene, and how this style of cinematic footage is impacting fans’ relationship with their home stadium or arena.
Rob Alberino, Kansas City Chiefs, VP, Content and Production
Jay Christensen, JayByrd Films, Owner and Head Pilot / Cinematographer
Joe Rios, Chicago Cubs, Assistant Director of Broadcasting
Mike Welsh, Sky Candy Studios, Owner and CEO
Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief Editor
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