AirVūz, the on-line neighborhood for drone movies and pictures, is launching an annual contest to have fun the easiest in drone cinematography. And you may enter to win by importing your work to AirVuz.com to be a contestant in the 2017 AirVūz Drone Video Awards.
Drone movies and images on AirVuz.com are seen by greater than eight million individuals worldwide month-to-month. According to Alexa.com, AirVūz is the second most seen web site in the drone trade.
All movies uploaded to AirVuz.com between January 1, 2017 and December 15, 2017 (entries have to be submitted by 11:59 p.m. EST) are eligible to win. The contest is open to anybody in the world who uploads an initially shot drone video on AirVuz.com. To submit a drone video, go to AirVuz.com to turn out to be a member (for gratis) and comply with the directions for importing a video or go to: http://www.airvuz.com/
A plaque, money and prizes will probably be awarded to winners in 11 classes, which embody: People, Cities, Landscape, Freestyle FPV, Drone Racing, Tiny Whoop, Animals (together with pets), Dronies (selfies taken with a drone), Sports, Originality, and Reels.
Up to 5 finalists in every class will probably be chosen by the employees of AirVūz, primarily based on complete views, high quality and creativity, of a drone video or uploaded on AirVuz.com in 2017. Videos are solely eligible to win in a single class and are solely eligible for the 12 months by which they’re submitted.
In addition to 11 class winners, AirVūz will award US$1,000 for the FPV (First-Person-View) Video of the Year and US$1,000 for the Drone Video of the Year. The Drone Photo of the Year will obtain US$500.
All AirVūz content material creators can have the alternative to place their votes for the greatest drone movies in the world between Monday, Jan. eight, 2018 and Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 (voting closes at 11:59 p.m. EST). Only one entry per registered content material creator will probably be accepted in the voting for the greatest drone movies in the world.
“We’re thrilled to be hosting this contest to highlight the amazing work of our content creators from all around the world,” mentioned Megan Gaffney, Vice President of Marketing. “Because there is so much talent in the global drone community, we at AirVūz wanted to reward the skill and creativity of the drone pilots who make our community so special.”
“With more than 15,000 videos submitted in 2017 year to date,” added Gaffney, “the competition will be stiff to find the best drone videos in the world.”
As of October 1, 2017, greater than 36,000 movies have been submitted and uploaded on AirVuz.com since the web site was launched in 2015.
Winners of the 2017 AirVūz Drone Video Awards will probably be introduced on Monday, February 5, 2018. For extra details about the contest, go to www.airvuz.com/drone-video-