The coronavirus crisis has changed our lives in many ways. We’re taking photos via video chat, skiing in our living rooms or taking photos with them. Some photographers have found ways to turn their gear into exercise equipment… But Rotem Rogovsky of Skypro – 360 Video Productions has something else in mind with his gear, and it’s hilarious and brilliant at the same time.
While some photographers use drones to take creative portraits of folks in isolation, Rotem has found an alternate use for his drone. In his creative short video, he suggests the use of a drone for delivering toilet paper, the most precious commodity during the coronavirus crisis.
?TOILET PAPER DRONE ?keep your ? at homeCreditProduction: Rotem RogovskyVideo editing: Almog MaimoniMotion design: Alex kantermanVideographers: Daniel levtovsky, Yonatan Honig, Roslan Paul and amit MaimoniCreative: ofer broida , ido hendel and Almog MaimoniSpecial thanks to the Maimoni family and iftach ophir
Posted by Rotem Rogovsky on Tuesday, April 7, 2020
There has been a word about drone delivery for quite a while now. In fact, some companies have started test programs for drone deliveries amidst the coronavirus pandemic. And if it’s ever a good time for this to become more common – it would be now.
The drone Rotem uses looks like DJI Spreading Wings S1000, although I’m not entirely sure. What do you think it is? As for the video, it’s pretty funny, but it ends with a witty yet serious message: “Keep your sh*t at home.”