Sturgeon River With The Drone

Needed to get out of the house yesterday, even if it was hotter than hell outside.  I headed out to a couple spots that I thought would be good to fly the drone and get some photos, and for the most part they were.
First stop was out Old US-41 near Alberta where there’s an old camel back bridge that’s no longer in use.  I got some pretty good photos of the bridge there.  Once home, I was amazed at the detail the little camera on the drone had once zoomed in in Lightroom.
My next stop was near the Sturgeon River Gorge Wilderness Area, I knew of a couple good spots to fly along the river there.  I stopped at the first location, flew up and down the river for awhile, and got some video footage.  By the time I was finished there, it was getting way too hot to make a stop at the other spot which is right down the road.  I’ll be coming back here during autumn colors, it should be really nice with the drone.
I then headed home.

The first group of photos is from the camel back bridge on Old US-41.
The videos are from the Sturgeon River Gorge Wilderness Area.
And lastly, a photo from the other day looking out at Keweenaw Bay which is a 3×3 panorama photo.

Back Property Fly-over

First attempt at a proper video edit. Also, first time ever using Adobe Premiere Pro.
The music doesn’t quite fit, but hey, it’s in there. The video is probably a little long at 3:20 minutes, so I should have cut more out. All in learning.
This only took me about 1 1/2 hours, including the flight and learning the software.
I’m getting stoked about getting out somewhere besides my back yard with this drone and see what I can do.