Kara Murphy

DPReview Contributor
Lives in United States Grand Rapids, MI, United States
Works as a Certified Remote Pilot
Has a website at http://aerialprintshop.com
Joined on Nov 2, 2018
About me:

I first picked up a drone in mid-2014, and have been hooked ever since. What started out as a hobby has morphed into a full-blown career where I operate as a Part 107-certified commercial remote pilot, writer, photographer, and consultant.

My work has been published in magazines, including Drone360, and for major brands such as Intel. I will also be featured in the forthcoming book, "Masters of Drone Photography," published by Ammonite Press. Prints of my aerial photos are available by special request (my online store, Aerial Print Shop, is coming soon).

In addition to working with a variety of clients, both large and small, on aerial photography and videography projects, I've also written and developed marketing strategies for top industry brands including Flying Robot International Film Festival, DroneDeploy, Intel, Focal Revolution, and DroneLife.

Born and raised in California, I currently reside in Michigan. I enjoy traveling the country and world in search of fresh new perspectives.

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The FAA releases new rules for recreational drone users

Earlier today, the Federal Aviation Administration issued a notice stating that recreational drone users are limited to where they can operate.

The FAA predicts the commercial drone market could triple in size by 2023

According to the latest FAA Aerospace Forecast, the commercial drone market could triple in size by 2023.

Senators urge FAA to quickly approve drone identification rules

Senators are urging the FAA to quickly approve rules for remote identification of unmanned aircraft systems.

Storm chaser captures incredible tornado footage with a drone

Storm chaser Brandon Clement used a drone to capture stunning 4K footage of a tornado near Sulphur Oklahoma.

DJI partners with RMUS to expand its UTC training program to North America

As drones become a part of daily operations for enterprises and governments, the need for efficient training has never been greater. To address this demand, DJI partners with RMUS to expand its UTC training program to North America.

Luminar 3.1.0 update introduces 'human-aware' Accent AI 2.0 technology

Luminar 3.1.0, a free update for Skylum's Luminar 3 photo editing software, comes with four new critical updates including a more 'human-aware' Accent AI 2.0 feature.

DJI denies rumors of Phantom 5 cancellation

Several DJI Phantom 4 models have been out of stock for months. Rumors are swirling that the Chinese drone manufacturer is discontinuing its Phantom line for good.

ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5 will drop mid-May with searchable history, nested tags and more

ON1 has announced that the next major version of ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5, will be released in mid-May 2019.

Instagram is considering hiding the like counts on photos

One of the main features that defines Instagram is its like count. Jane Manchun Wong, who is renowned for her reverse engineering skills, recently discovered that the service is considering hiding like counts.

These are the winners of the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards

The 12th year of the World Photography Awards, in partnership with Sony, had a record-breaking number of entries. The winners have been revealed in this prestigious, global competition that gives burgeoning artists exposure and funding to develop personal projects.