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The Sky is Not the Limit with Fort Wayne Aerial Video and Photography Services

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Through the use of our fleet of UAVs, or unmanned drones, Advanced Media Integration offers full service aerial video and photography. We can provide unique aerial perspectives for both commercial and consumer purposes including event photography, real estate video & …

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Advanced Media Purchases New Camera with 4k and Super Slow Motion Capabilities: Sony NEX-FS700RH

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In an effort to better serve our client’s video production needs, we recently purchased a new Sony NEX-FS700RH camcorder. This new camcorder will enable us to provide 4k video output, super slow motion recording, and full 1080p video for projects …

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Fort Wayne River Greening 2015

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Advanced Media Integration, in conjunction with the Fort Wayne Professional Firefighters and Get Green, are proud to display footage from 2015’s Fort Wayne River Greening celebration. 

Using Drones for Aerial Photography

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People who get into drone flying do so with the idea of using drones for aerial photography. Quad-copters are the perfect type of drones for use in aerial photography. They are able to climb to very high altitudes to provide a …

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Try These Methods to Take Sharper Photos

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Sharper Photos

One of the first things any beginner photographer should learn is taking sharp photos free of movement and noise. For many beginner photographers, your first few images may include poor focus and pixelation as a result of camera shaking. Though …

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