Night drone footage of San Antonio skyline

We had a night club client asking for some downtown San Antonio nighttime skyline photos, so while we were getting some shots lined up, we also did some video footage. We launched from an empty bank parking lot, just north of the IH-35 highway, so the video is looking south from the direction of Brooklyn and Elmira. We recorded this somewhere around 10:30pm and flew at about 200ft AGL. The drone did have all of the required nighttime anti-collision strobe and orientation lights installed. We mapped the course to stay over empty parking lots and buildings, something that was very easy to do that time of night on a Saturday. There were a couple of helicopters flying around the area, but they were above the 400-500 height generally and did not fly near where the drone was operating. There are at least 2 helipads downtown, located at the Baptist Medical Center Hospital and the Christus Santa Rosa Children's Hospital. This area was unrestricted airspace, other than keeping an eye out for lower flying aircraft heading to one of those heliports. Please feel free to hit the RUMBLE button if you liked this, SUBSCRIBE if you want to see more, and leave a comment with your suggestions or observations. We always read and respond to comments. We do take requests from folks that want to see different types of aerial photography / videos from areas they might not be able to access from the ground. We are a certified Part 107 commercial drone pilot. Flight authorization was obtained prior to all flights. For more information about us, please visit Https://YellowRoseDrones.com We flew the Autel Evo 2 Pro 6K Drone, recording in 4K / 30fps. Video Editing software was Wondershare Filmora X. Audio track was from Epidemic Sound. Get your free 30 day trial from Epidemic Sound by clicking on this free referral link: https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/d2jne3/

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