Rywire Project: Flying A Drone from a Porsche GT3

Posted by John Waskey on Apr 5, 2016 9:59:08 AM

Every now and then you have the opportunity to work on a project that makes you a better filmmaker. A project where everything you do is half a step beyond what you thought you were capable of. This magical place is something we are constantly reaching for at New Sky. Flying a drone 3 feet off the ground at 30 mph, check. Chasing a Porsche GT3 RS down an unpopulated desert highway while riding in the passenger seat, check. Sometimes we are asked to work longer, dig deeper, fly faster, get closer and that's where the fun begins.

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Topics: filmmaking, travel, aerial cinematography, cinematography, production, drones, gear

What is Home?

Posted by Grant Morris on Apr 5, 2016 9:47:45 AM

For the majority of my career, I've sought out ways to illustrate the many ways people call home. A little more than a year ago I decided to start a new adventure in my own personal discovery of what home is. We packed our East Coast office up and moved it in to a questionable building(best description possible) down by the river in a part of town that had and still has TONS of potential. I mean TONS of REAL potential.

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Topics: business, office, millyard, drones

Drones and the DJI Inspire 1

Posted by John Waskey on Apr 5, 2016 9:40:29 AM

We Love Camera Drones!

It’s not the kind of love where we want to put a nighty on the skyjib, lock the door and spend the evening indulging in mechanical bliss. If you're stirred by a series of ascending beeps coming from what could be a flying lawnmower in the wrong hands, this probably isn't the blog post for you. The love we hold for these funny little flyers comes from the enormous savings we pass on to our clients and their wonderful versatility. If handled by a professional, camera drones bring the cost of aerial cinematography down to a level most clients can afford.

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Topics: aerial cinematography, #technology, production, drones