A team of drone experts from Ghana has produced a debut episode of a documentary series showing off some of their expertise unlike seen in Ghana for a long while.
Premiered on FPV Africa, the documentary, Aerial Ghana, focuses on telling cinematic stories from Ghana using First Person Views (FPV) drone videos.
The firm announced their official launch of the docu-series on their social media platforms on Monday, March 7, calling for public reaction to the debut episode. A tweet from the firm read in part:
“We produced the first episode of our docuseries, Aerial Ghana, and the episode is about road interchanges in #Ghana. Your feedback is welcome and if you enjoy it, we’ll appreciate a share with others.”
The documentary was produced by KhoPhi and aired on FPV Africa. KhoPhi is a long-time drone pilot in Ghana, and has shared over 100 drone videos from Ghana.
Osei Kwame, the episode’s narrator, is a professional voice actor who also runs the Me + You = US YouTube channel, which features family and lifestyle material.
Providing part of the drone videos, Ishmael Lamptey is a drone pilot and travel content creator, capturing and sharing stories and interviews from less known areas in Ghana.
Jennifer Somuah works as a pharmacist during the day and is a travel and lifestyle blogger on YouTube. Jennifer contributes to the Aerial Ghana script.
Drones with First Person Views (FPV) as used in the docu-series are intended to give up a whole new universe of storytelling possibilities of the Ghanaian scenery.
Many FPV drones, such as Cinewhoops, are safe to fly near people, allowing for some stunning close-up viewpoints and perspectives never seen before. Their freestyle FPV drones are quick and agile, ready for action, as well as capturing hitherto unreachable breathtaking scenery.
Episode by episode, the documentary will enthrall viewers with history, art, lifestyle, commerce, and social values of the diverse, filmed locations, all while providing stunning views of Ghana. It would give locals and expatriates a better view of the Ghanaian setting.
FPV Africa work to support a wide range of FPV drone applications and are readily available to collaborate for cinematic stories.
On the project, the firm is calling for any local or international organization that can give grants or fund a documentary project.
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