Interview with APA on Drones for Commercial Photography

Chewelah Golf Course Drone Aerial Photo

I had the privilege of talking with Andrew Buchanan of the APA (American Photographic Artists) group to discuss how companies are using Drones for commercial photography.  Based in Seattle WA, Andrew is a 20 year architectural and interior photography professional and drone skeptic, but wanted to show differing points of view for the article.  Also included in the conversation is Cameron Davidson, a corporate, editorial, and advertising photographer based in Alexandria, VA who now offers drone services to his clients.  All three of us still shoot aerial photographs from a helicopter, but you can hear each of our stories on how drones have affected our respective businesses by reading the rest of the article here:

http://editorialphoto.apanational.org/news/entry/three-photographers-drone-photography-interview/

About APA:
“American Photographic Artists (APA) exists to provide business tools that help photographic artists of all levels run a smarter, more creative, and profitable business. Established in 1981, APA has a strong heritage of providing benefits, which help our members achieve creative and financial success.”