Ty Audronis

Ty Audronis

DPReview Contributor
Lives in United States Katy, TX, United States
Works as a Post Production, VFX, and Drones
Has a website at http://www.audronis.com
Joined on Nov 21, 2016
About me:

Since Ty was very young he had two passions: Aircraft and media...

From sitting in a room plastered with posters of military aircraft to making home movies with his Super 8 film camera; Ty has always dreamed of combining his two loves. Ty enlisted in the Navy in 2001, serving in a helicopter squadron aboard the USS Independence in Yokosuka Japan. There, he also fell in love with animation.

After majoring in visual effects in college, Ty got involved in the dot-com boom in the early 2000s. His innate knowledge of programming and computer technology took hold, and Ty envisioned a media world converging on the internet with amazing computer graphics supporting free-floating robotic aerial cameras. Ty began crafting radio-controlled helicopters with cameras mounted on them.

Ty continued his media career, and has managed to fuse his love for all media and aircraft into many successful ventures. Ty currently writes books on his many areas of expertise and acts as a consultant to others venturing into the media and drone worlds. He also still performs shoots with drones, provides post-production services, and educates others.

Editorial content

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DJI Spark Review: Small but mighty

The DJI Spark has received a lot of attention thanks to its diminutive size, but how does it stack up? In our review, we take a look at what it's like to fly this pint-sized drone, as well as what's in it for photographers.

Opinion: DJI has abandoned professionals

DJI's new firmware makes it difficult to fly in restricted airspace, even when you have proper clearance. Is DJI placing themselves between professionals and the FAA?

2016 Roundup: Best Camera Drones Under $1500

Are you ready to jump into the world of aerial photography? It's never been easier! We'll help you get started with our first ever drone roundup, with a focus on which drones are good for capturing photos and video. Read more