Venice By Drone

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What’s up guys and welcome to my channel 🙂 This is my first attempt at a sweeping city drone video. I think Venice, Italy is a stunning place to photograph and a truly amazing part of our world.

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FILMED with the following gear (which I always travel with, which is insane).

Panasonic GH5 –
Lumix 12-60 –
Lumix 7-14 –
Zhiyun-tech Crane V2 Gimbal – (I am actually using the V1.2 but the updated V2 linked here is better especially weight capacity wise)
DJI Phantom 4 –
Rode Video Mic Go –
Cabin Zero Military Pack –


Canon 5D Mark III –
Canon 16-35 f2.8 – (this is the link to version 3 of the lens. I currently shoot with version 2, but if I were to upgrade I’d buy this one).
Canon 24-70 f2.8 –
Canon 70-200 f2.8 –

Lee Filters Foundation Kit –
Lee Filters 82mm Ring – (used for 16-35 and 24-70)
Lee Filters 77mm Ring – (used for 70-200)
Lee Filters 0.6ND Soft Grad –
Lee Filters 6 Stop ND Little Stopper –

Calumet Carbon Fiber TRAVEL Tripod – (actually fits perfectly into most daypacks and easily on the side of any pack, and it’s super light which is awesome!! Love this tripod. Also this last one is not an affiliate link).

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28 comments on “Venice By Drone

  1. JR Long

    Wonderful video. Well done. I like the footage down narrow canals between buildings. So how many times did the drone bounce off the walls? 🙂 Safe travels.

  2. Mireya Benedetti

    Hi Greg, We were thinking of using drone footage but the more I read the more I realize it may not be possible/legal? Have you ever considered selling parts of your video? It would be used for a school event during a fundraising drive. Thank you!

  3. Brad Thompson

    With so little traffic in the lagoon and canals and few pedestrians in San Marco, these must have been taken very early in the morning… also judging by the sun position. This may be illegal, but it's one of the most impressive displays of Venezia on-line. The city should hire you to do a more in-depth flight of the entire city.


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