Chad Gerber – travel and aerial photographer

chad gerber

Chad is a photographer and videographer who is also a musician that grew an interest in photography, buy his first camera in late 2017. Ever since Chad has been producing amazing photos whether he is using a drone or on the ground with a DSLR.

The world is full of amazing photographers, videographers and drone pilots, this can be seen throughout Instagram and various other social media platforms. Today we got the pleasure of asking Chad Gerber a few questions about him and how he came to do what he does today.

How did you first get into photography and drones?

I’ve always been a creative, being a musician for the last 18 years, but I’ve slowly started enjoying visual arts more over the last while and I thought I’d give it a go 15 months ago when I bought my first DSLR camera.

Has photography helped you through a hard time?

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Credit: Chad Gerber

What is one thing photography has taught you over the years?

Patience is key! And always capture more than you think you’ll need!

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What would you say to people who are thinking about or are too scared to show off their work?

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Credit: Chad Gerber

Who inspires you?

There are so many to choose from but right now I think my favourite artists would be Karl Shakur, Jarrad Seng, Tom Noske and Benjamin Lee.

Outro

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