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Immortalize your wedding day from the sky

Great Britain is in a frenzy of excitement; Prince Henry of Wales is marrying the American actress, Meghan Markle. The royal wedding is taking place on Saturday 19 May, marking the beginning of the wedding season for 2018.

However, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not the only ones celebrating their big day. With summer around the corner, wedding season is now in full swing! Every happy couple wants their wedding to be unique, original and of course memorable. And what better way to commemorate your big day, than with photographs from the sky.

 
Wedding reception outside in the backyard. Bride and groom with a family standing around the table, waving. Aerial view.

 

The flying camera, a photographer’s ideal companion

 

Film your wedding day from beginning to end from a bird’s eye view. Shoot every minute, from the instant you start getting ready to the last dance at the reception and preserve all your magical moments in high quality. Capture the table settings, the happy couple’s outfits, as well as the guests and your multi-tiered wedding cake.

Your reception will be the talk of the town, whether you are celebrating in a banquet hall or a medieval castle, thanks to the drone’s aerials shots. Share your big day with your family and friends over and over again.

 
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A unique vantage point

 

Taking spectacular photos and videos of your wedding is probably one of the most important aspects. Get all your guests to form a heart around you and say ‘cheese’ whilst the drone does all the hard work from above.

 

Automatic features creating picture perfect memories

 

With your Parrot drone’s integrated features, you can take automatic videos without having to pay a professional.

Parrot Bebop 2 Power comes complete with two batteries, giving you a 60-minute flight time to film your best moments.

Parrot’s piloting application, FreeFlight Pro, contains Magic Dronies. Magic Dronies use facial recognition technology so you can go crazy on the dancefloor, as your drone makes sure you are in the limelight at all times.

The Cameraman mode is your very own framing assistant. All you have to do is control the drone’s movements, while ensuring you are the star of your very own aerial video.

 
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Your safety is number one priority

 

Drones are not toys and must not be treated as such. Please make sure you obtain the authorization of the owner before flying your drone in a private area. You must also ask permission of all people present when flying your drone. Make sure you always keep your drone within a perimeter of 150 meters maximum.

 

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