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DJI and SkyPixel's Aerial Video Contest

Posted June 05, 2017
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DJI and SkyPixel are teaming up for a special video contest to find the best aerical videos out there. Drone video has become incredibly popular in the last few years and more and more people are using the technology to do exciting and innovative work in the video space.

The contest is calling for submissions for three categories: Nature, City and Sport. The important thing they emphasize about each catoregory, and the contest overall, is that it's about storytelling. Anyone can point a drone at some scenery and call it a video, but only those skillful enough can turn that footage into a captivating story. 

Submissions are now open until August 2nd, 2017.

Check out the contest website here.

 


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