Belhaven from the Sky Above | Beaufort County Now | SNI Productions has just completed the Town of Belhaven's first aerial video seeking to promote their lovely hamlet as a beautiful, peaceful place to live.

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Belhaven from the Sky Above

    SNI Productions has just completed the Town of Belhaven's first aerial video seeking to promote their lovely hamlet as a beautiful, peaceful place to live.

    This aerial view of Belhaven, North Carolina using our DJI Phantom 3 drone, shows well a unique place to find peace and purpose.

    This video, piloted and edited by David Winstead, is chronicled at 2.7k video at 30fps using the Standard DJI Phantom 3 Drone stock camera in Washington, North Carolina. Edited using VEGAS Pro 14, downscaled to 1080p.



    Photography /Script /Narration: Stan Deatherage

    Aerial Footage: SNI Video Productions (symbioticnetworks.com)

    Video Editing/Graphic Design: David Winstead

    Location: Town of Belhaven, NC (belhavennc.us)

    Background Music: "Acoustic Breeze" by Bensound (bensound.com)

    COMPANY: Symbiotic Networks, Inc. (symbioticnetworks.com)
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