Today we are covering Drone videography from all sides with four fantastic guests starting with Jos Stiglingh the creator of the mega-viral video “Fireworks filmed with a drone”. Then we are joined by two lawyers, Matt Saunders, a copyright attorney who discusses the legality of drones and the copyright issues that go with it and Jonathan Rupprecht, an attorney, commercial pilot and unmanned aircraft consultant that discusses the current FAA regulations. And finally, we invite Paul Antico, film maker and drone enthusiast, to talk about how he captures, grades and edits footage shot with a Go Pro and the DJI Phantom.
Today we speak with Shane Reynolds, AKA Shane-O the host and producer for a variety of travel programs on National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Travel Channel and more. With over 15 years experience, Shane has mastered the 1-man-band approach to video production and has done so while traveling the world. We discuss his camera package, mobile edit suite, managing budgets and more.
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Spotlight: Shane Reynolds
Shane Reynolds is an award winning producer, director and editor who’s production company, Color Earth, has produced documentaries, tv series and online programming that aired internationally on networks such as National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Travel Channel, BBC and more. With over 15 years of experience Shane has redefined the 1-man-band approach to video production and has shot all over the world. We discuss his camera package and editing platform, managing budgets and working with networks, producing for web vs television and of course stories from his experiences shooting in nearly every continent around the globe.
- Redefining the One-Man-Band approach to video production
- Living and working in Nashville
- Working for Discovery Channel
- Working in Africa
- Shooting in the Sahara
- How to manage a budget
- Transition from a music to a video career
- How to “weed out” serious clients
- Producing a web series vs a tv series
- And much more.
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