I guess I'm confused - your first shot was straight on and your second shot you gimbled down or tilted down to get the ground? Then you blended them in a program such as Photoshop? Sorry, very new to this idea
Yes, definitely possible with a drone. As long as you're not super close to an object, stability is great so the "bobbling about" issue isn't really a big deal. The main thing is sorting out ghosting with things like traffic (as you'll see in the example I posted) but this can be sorted out in Photoshop with the right amount of fiddling.Complete newbie here, but this got my attention. I'm a big fan of HDR from a fixed camera, but I never considered it to be useable/useful from a drone. Is "Photo Bracketing" the same? In my ignorance, I would have presumed that the multiple exposures from a bobbling-about drone would be difficult, to impossible, to merge.