Deserted city

This is a recent drone video I did of some landmarks and usually busy areas of Fresno during the first couple of weeks of the coronavirus outbreak. Some parts of the city were busier than others, but I thought seeing downtown Fresno on a Friday afternoon was pretty telling.

Tool concert

Last week’s Tool concert was pretty interesting – and a challenge to photograph! First, I could only be there to shoot one song, except that the one song was 12 minutes long! So that was good. The bad part was that the stage was almost completely dark. Only the video screen in the back part of the stage emitted some funky lighting as well as some flashing spotlights were the only sources of light. I pushed my exposure to 6400 iso and dropped my shutter speed as low as 1/60th of a second!

It was a weird concert, music and everything else. The audience was not allowed to take pictures at all, even with cell phones. There were warnings that phones would be confiscated.

Anyway, fortunately for me, I was able to pull a few frames that worked for the review story.

Lemoore homecoming

Always a treat to see F/A-18 pilots return to base after a long deployment. These pilots were providing air support for the USS Abraham mainly in the Mideast over about 8 months as tensions ran high in the area. Super sweet to see these pilots seeing their families after so long.

Commercial drone photography

I have recently added drone photography and video to my visual services.

Below you can see commercial real estate drone videography at a property for Pearson Realty recently. I am able to do still images as well as fully edited and produced video with music or voice-over for web publishing.

I am Part 107 certified and licensed as a commercial drone pilot and follow all FAA rules for sUAS flight. Send me an email, or call if you’d like to get a quote for your drone photography needs.




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