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Wild Spaces and Drones

seawildearthseawildearth Member ✭✭
edited November 2016 in Planning and Practicalities
Hi folks,
I'm a landscape and wildlife, landscape and time-lapse, video and photo, multi-media producer currently based in my wife's native land of Japan but we're looking at a possible return to the UK next year, and more specifically potentially basing myself in Scotland. The rugged magnetism of the coastlines and picturesque mountains are an incredible attraction. I just wanted to get an idea of what the regulations are, if any, for the use of Drones for stock footage collection etc in National Parks and wild public lands. 

Any feedback would be appreciated.

"A man is only as big as the dreams he dares to live"


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