Was it difficult using the Phantom at first?
Many times when I'm flying, I'm on a moving boat and there's a lot of wind and current, so it's challenging to control the aircraft. The first week I started showing my aerial stuff, I had 10 friends buy Phantoms; eight dumped them into the ocean [laughs]. It's about being able to project yourself into the aircraft, as if you're sitting in it. I compose with a live-view feed from the camera; when I need line of sight and also to be able to see what the camera's seeing, I use an 8-inch LCD on a tripod. In other situations, I wear goggles, which are fully immersive.