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Rise of the drones
Jeremy Braben Drones are taking TV and film productions where they have never gone before. But how can they be used to best effect, what challenges do they present and will they replace helicopters in aerial filming? Jeremy Braben of Helicopter Film Services (HFS) has some of the answers...
Tags: iss100 | helicopter | filming | drone | aerial filming | film set | on location | Jeremy Braben
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Flying Pictures and the importance of a monitor
KitPlus Hampshire based filming specialist Flying Pictures is the world leader in the provision of aerial and helicopter filming services for feature films, commercials, television, live broadcast events and surveillance.
Tags: iss082 | hampshire | flying pictures | helicopter | filming | aerial | camera | film | cache media | monitor | setup | explained | review | marshall | KitPlus
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3D is moving fast
N/A Helicopter Film Services (HFS) have been a specialist in aerial filming for 20 years, but recently, they have successfully added another element to their diverse services: Aerial 3D
Tags: iss060 | hfc | aerial 3d | helicopter film services | 3d rig | N/A
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Drive Carefully. Youre Tough, but youre not Invincible. The Armys Uncompromising New Message.
N/A The Army has always suffered from a high number of off-duty Road Traffic Accidents. This is hardly surprising. We deliberately seek to attract young men and women who are seeking fun and adventure. It has always been a worry to the chain of command that high numbers of young soldiers have ended up being killed tragically on the roads in their own time, and has confounded years of driving experts as to how to reduce accidents, especially when messages must be careful not to breed risk aversion in an essentially risk-embracing profession.
Tags: army | iss015 | campaign | advertising | grim reaper | aerial radio awards | golley slater | N/A
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