In order to capture the best film, documentary, movie, YouTube video, marketing video with a drone these cinematic drone flying types should help you.

4K Video

The Mavic 2 Pro allows me to capture stunning 4k footage at 24, 25, and 30fps

Slow Motion

The Mavic 2 Pro allows
2.7k footage to be shot at 48, 50, and 60fps.
1080p at 48, 50, 60, and 120fps. 
​Allowing us to achieve slow motion.

Panorama / 360 Spin

This is a shot where the drone does a 360 rotation around the subject.


This is a shot typically seen in movies.
Where the drone would move like a crane upwards/downwards. 


Flying the drone straight towards the subject 


Circle or oval around the subject while keeping the same altitude 


Starting at the ground tilting upwards revealing the subject 


Tilting the drone camera upwards or downwards 

Tilt – Crane Down

Tilting the drone camera up while lowering the altitude of the drone 

Retreat / Fade Away

Flying the drone back away from the subject until it fades into the background 

Trucking / Tracking

Left to right or right to left movement of the drone 

Fly – by

Fly over and past the subject 

Fly – through

Fly through a house, park, woods, building, etc… 


Follow using the drones active track. works best for vehicles, boats, people, etc… 

Dolly Zoom

Zooming technique that changes your perspective. Giving a vertigo like effect 


This shot is achieved with only the drone flying straight upwards/downwards. 

Pan shot

Keeping the drone in one place while turning the drones position left or right
we can even move the drone forward/backwards while doing this shot to make it even better.

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