If you enjoy shooting landscapes, a drone can offer a vastly different perspective that can open up a wealth of new possibilities even in places you've already shot before. This great tutorial will give you some helpful tips for getting the most out of yours.
Coming to you from Andrew Marr, this helpful video shows you both his process in shooting landscape images with his drone as well as some insightful and practical tips. Of the tips, one I can't recommend highly enough is always shooting in bracket mode (I typically shoot five-shot brackets). Most of the time, the drone's sensor simply doesn't have enough dynamic range to capture the entire scene, particularly when you're including brighter portions of the sky in the shot. Shooting in AEB mode will leave you extra dynamic range you can blend into a final shot in post. When you're shooting in this mode, you'll come home with a bunch of bursts of three or five shots, so be sure to take advantage of the auto-stacking feature in Lightroom; this will make it easier to browse and select truly different shots as opposed to having to wade through lots of various exposures of the same image. Check out the video above for more.