The DroneBase team works diligently on developing new and interesting opportunities for our pilot community. Our newest partnership might be the most interesting development yet: we’re pleased to announce an exclusive global content partnership with Getty Images.
Before today, DroneBase pilots had access to just two types of missions: client missions and pano missions, both of which have unique photography specifications. Today, we’re excited to introduce Getty Creative Missions as a third opportunity for our pilot community.
For the first time ever, drone pilots have an opportunity to flex their creative muscles for a chance to have their work to be featured on Getty Images for purchase.
We’re excited to kick off our Getty partnership with a “Cityscapes” theme, a call for the best metropolitan aerial submissions from around the world.
Our pilots have full creative freedom with Getty Missions. They’re able to decide what, when, and where they’d like to shoot. In fact, completing a Getty Mission might be as simple as going through your videos and submitting an old favorite.
Getty is the world’s most prolific stock provider, with millions relying on their premium content. It’s not always easy for content creators to get a foot in the door with one of the largest imagery companies, but we’re proud to offer DroneBase pilots a unique backdoor opportunity for their work to get featured.
This is an amazing opportunity for both Getty and DroneBase pilots: Getty will have a pipeline of awe-inspiring aerial imagery for their users, and drone pilots now have a new, creative opportunity to make money.
Ready to get paid for your creativity? It’s time to get on Getty!
Need ideas on what to shoot? Check out this blog post for inspiration.