Scary drone story below👽
as you know i like to get creative with my drone so this time i decided to do some portraits with it.
fast forward - i've drowned my drone in a lake, had to dive to get it and fast forward - i've revived it! it works!
now here i have to tell you, that i don't have any kind of underwater drone, just a regular #djispark , but if this happens to you - there are a few steps you can follow to save it (won't always work, depends on the type of water and how long it was in it). first of - salty water is much worse than fresh. if it gets inside - corrosion is almost inevitable.
so,if you were "lucky" and yours dunked into a lake, like mine (it got tangled in that grass while landing):
1. get it out of water asap. if it still blinks - it's a good sign.
2. remove the battery immediately. lithium batteries are sensitive to water and even though you can risk to use it afterwards, there is a chance it will explode or burst into flames.
3. open the lid of the drone (there are 6 small screws that hold the lid)- even if there is no visible water, still let it dry. i'm my case i put it into a bag of rice for 3 days - just to be sure (something you wanna do with a smartphone which got wet too)
4. if there is water inside,rinse it with alcohol - it will replace water, which is much more damaging to the motherboard and all the electronics. put it either into rice or keep it in a well-vented dry place for several days.
hope that will help some of you!
stay safe and keep your drones dry!
Yesterday i had a shoot with wonderful anouk.
i believe we achieved some pretty cinematic look here.
which picture is your favorite? name the movie and your favorite picture 1-2-3 in the comments below!
👉looking for models
i've decided to concentrate on my portrait portfolio recently, since photographing people is my biggest passion in photography (and combined with traveling - even more so). thus, i am looking for models/actors/dancers in berlin, who would like to collaborate with me. please dm me if you think you're the right person or you know someone who will be interested.
It's been almost a year since i first visited japan.
tokyo was a big surprise for me - i've expected something really really different from this huge megalopolis and somehow instead of craziness of the urban life it showed me peaceful and almost rural side.
being lost among millions of strangers felt like an escape from an everyday life. weird,huh?