Very Exciting news indeed! First reported here off of DJI's news page, DJI drones (list in the link) are now allowed to be in controlled airspace as well as flying over people under the new Transport Canada rules set to come into effect this June 1st.
As a DJI drone operator ourselves, this opens up so many new, unique and exciting opportunities to both us and our clients. We are excited to provide amazing aerial media in a safe, professional and privacy-respecting manner. Indeed, Canada has done a very good job with the new rules thus far. Any thoughts or questions? Let us know in the comments below!
Other artists understand that doing ones' art often comes as a price. When one has a friend who is an amazing painter and one asks them to do free work, it can often be a smack in the face for the artist, for the work itself has value, not to mention the paints, brushes, canvas and possible lessons and LOTS time put into perfecting their skills. The same goes for aerial multi-media.
While we remain one of the best for competitive pricing, there are many factors that the public doesn't think about when asking a company for a quote. Common Things that are expenses can include:
As one can see, running a small biz can have more overhead than one might think! Luckily, A.S.A.P. Does out best to give our clients the best and most competitive pricing for the best media for our clients!
If you ever have any questions on why a shoot costs as it does, don't be afraid to ask the people you are hiring, but chances are, some of the elements listed above may come up! At the end of the day, remember you ARE supporting small biz!
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The results are in, and they look great! Under the new Transport Canada rules for drones starting June 1st, 2019, RPAS operators (drones are now called RPAS) are required to hold Basic or Advanced certificates to fly RPAS commercially. We at ASAP officially received our Advanced Certification this past weekend are are proud to announce this means we will continue to be able to provide our amazing services and media and are now available in even more and unique locations! For more information, feel free to contact us directly!
Thank you to all who have supported us on our journey over the years, and here's to the many more to come!
Henry is the founder and operator of Air Support Aerial Photography. Here he talks about A.S.A.P. news, drone industry news, and opinion pieces!