10 YouTube channels to subscribe to for content by women drone pilots
Female drone pilot-centric YouTube channels to follow and get inspired from in 2021
So much awesome drone footage, so little time. YouTube is an amazing resource for anyone looking for high-quality drone video content, but the sheer amount of new content on YouTube often makes it difficult to figure out where you should even begin. And so, we’re here to help! If you're looking for some great female drone pilot-centric YouTube channels to follow and get inspired from in 2021, know that the recommendations below are run and managed by Women Who Drone community members – many of whom got the motivation to start their own channel while sheltering in place. Happy viewing!
Founded by Women Who Drone Brand Ambassador April McClure, the channel showcases aerial drone photography of commercial properties and business districts for promotional video production. You can also see stunning visuals of boats in action.
Kim Reynolds uses a DJI Phantom 4 Pro at her company Sunrise Aerial Imaging to provide 4K aerial photos and videos to her clients. Her YouTube channel showcases some of her best work.
An artist with a drone, Joanna Steidle has been flying and repairing drones since 2015, and has just clocked her 1500th flight hour. And even though she has joined our community only recently, Joanna has captured some of the most stunning shots that you would see on 'Women Who Drone' Facebook group page!
Hobbyist drone pilot Christie Christopherson features some of the most beautiful places she has been to on her YouTube channel. Make sure to check out her one-minute nature meditation aerial videos!
Jennifer Maskell is an amateur photographer/videographer/drone pilot who likes to share her love for the outdoors through her YouTube channel. You will find a lot of Osmo Action in the videos created by this NYC native.
Katrin Pfitzenreiter likes to share videos that showcase destinations, nature, places to visit, insights, real estate/relocation information for Florida. Her vision is for you to use the videos to decide if it is worth going to, maybe even moving to or learning more about!
Cecilia is a Swedish girl living on Svalbard, an arctic island close to the North Pole, for 5 years now. She uses drone footage in her videos about the daily life in the Northernmost town in the world. (They have Polar Bears there!)
Andrea captures beautiful cinematic shots with her DJI Mavic Mini and also offers useful tutorial videos such as "What do I need to bring before flying a drone for the first time?" The channel, however, is not dedicated to drone footage only; you get a chance to rejoice in Andrea's family celebrations also!
Aerial photographer and videographer Dilly Morgan loves to fly her DJI Mavic Mini in the Spanish mountains and her YouTube channel is a testimony to that. Hop over for some breathtaking views of Costa Blanca.
A longtime drone user, Amanda Ochs makes it a point to watch at least one photography tutorial a week as she documents Arizona from up above. She is FAA licensed and open to commercial work. Architecture photography excites her the most!
11. Bonus Recommendation: Women Who Drone
And of course, if you are not following us on YouTube yet, do so now for the latest drone reviews, tips and tricks, and interviews with fabulous female drone pilots!
Ishveena Singh is a versatile journalist and writer with a passion for drones and location technologies. In the last 13 years, she has worked with both mainstream media organizations (Miami Herald International, Times of India, Microsoft MSN) and dedicated geospatial technology media (Geospatial World, Geoawesomeness).
With a deep understanding of content marketing and social media, Ishveena also helps private companies (DJI, Aerodyne Group, Terra Drone Corporation) to generate qualified leads through useful and timely content.