The Sky’s The Limit – Why You Should Take A Quadcopter to Your Next Music Festival
The lights, the music, the crowd – it’s always such a treat to spend a few nights camping out to enjoy some of the best music the world has to offer. Music festivals are a feast for the senses, and often we find ourselves wanting to bask forever in the thumping beats of those crazy nights.
Too often, however, we look through our photos and find that they didn’t do the event any justice. Perhaps our smartphones just aren’t cut out for the job. There was too much glare in this shot, this one’s blurry, and these just don’t look quite as lively as the event felt. If you ever found yourself with these problems, then you should consider upgrading your camera to record that next big music festival in a way that does it justice. If you really want to take it up a notch, then a quadcopter might be an ideal way to do just that.
Benefits of Using a Quadcopter at Music Festivals
Video and Photo Records That Give Justice to the Event
Yes, photo and video recording are both important tasks that we must perform at music festivals, mostly because, these days, photos and videos are what people thrive on. Social media is all about pictures and clips, so it’s no question that we want to join in on the bandwagon. At music festivals, it can be hard to get a good view of the show from a standpoint that’s even just a few feet from the stage – that’s because there are always thousands of people. Our built-in tripods (also known as our arms) might not have enough reach to get a decent photo when we lift our phones. Drones go above and beyond (literally) by taking to the skies and allowing us a great way to capture stills and video snippets that do the show justice. No more making do with crumby smartphone photos – this is the future!
Find Out Where It’s At
There are those down times at music festivals that just allow people to walk around and meet a few friends before the music starts playing. But, the throngs of people at music festivals can make it hard to find the perfect place to hang. When your quadcopter is taking a break from capturing all those insane moments, you can put it to use as a way to find the best spots to chill out while you wait for the next band to come up on stage.
Take Awesome Selfies
Yes, selfies are still in and they will forever be in. What better way to brag about your last music festival experience than with an awesome selfie of you at the scene? Gone are the days when you had to deal with that outstretched arm drama plaguing the corner of your photos. Quadcopters like the Parrot AR Drone 2.0 make it possible to take your selfie game to the next level. Wait for the crowd to get rowdy, for the lights to start flashing, and for that music festival beat to start thumping through the air for the ultimate selfie.
Quadcopters are a great and easy way to enjoy music festivals. From state-of-the-art recordings and photos, to helping you make new friends, and even documenting the event for you from brand new perspectives – quadcopters have changed the way we save memories. So the next time you find yourself prepping for a music festival, try taking your drone with you. You never know just what you might capture once you take to the skies.