Molfetta seen from above … with the drone, this evening documentary by Franco Pansini at AnebAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to Google BookmarkGoogle BookmarkShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare toPrintPrintShare to MoreMore2Franco PansiniMarch 22, 2018
MOLFETTA – Following the expansion of technological innovations, in recent years humanity has been able to create devices that a few years ago could not even have imagined. One example is the drone.
These devices are real unmanned aircraft, preprogrammed before flight to perform a specific series of activities or controlled “in real time” by a human being. They are available in many formats and used for different purposes: military, crowd control; for photography and videography; for personal recreation.
Unlike military drones, personal quadcopters and aircraft are used by millions of civilian people for both video recording and capturing images. In order to use these devices, however, it is necessary to obtain a special drone pilot license.
Franco Pansini, former bank employee and amateur video / drone, was the first Molfetta to obtain this license and immediately put it into practice by making a short film entitled “Molfetta seen from above … with the drone” in order to promote the knowledge of beauties of the city seen … from above.
Tonight at 18.30 at the ANEB headquarters in Molfetta in Via Cap. De Gennaro n.23 Pansini will present this work of his, showing the most evocative and characteristic places of Molfetta seen from an unusual perspective and in dialogue with the present public also on the regulations and piloting techniques of drones.
He films Bresse seen from the sky, while remaining on the ground, his gaze riveted on the ground. Sunny Bouchet, the manager of the Isa Immobilier agency in Louhans, is a professional drone remote pilot. Besides using it in his work, he indulges his passion on a voluntary basis.
To promote Bresse and its heritage. “I created the BDC l’Oeil du Drone page on Facebook (BDC for Bresse du Ciel). The goal is to make people discover or rediscover architectural and tourist places, “he explains. Created about a year ago, the page now has 2,300 subscribers.
The borders of Bresse exceededOn Sunday evening, Sunny Bouchet was at the Château de Pierre-de-Bresse to film the building at night. In March 2020, he had already made a daytime shoot but a photo of the castle illuminated in the fog, posted on the Instagram account of …