Description: Robin Maeter's life looks like a party. His first video to use a drone - MY STAG NIGHT - looks like a Hangover movie trailer, and Robin didn't even plan to make it; he says the filming just kind of happened on its own. As a professional photographer and fimmaker, it's no surprise that he has an eye for shiny cars, hip scenes, and sharp focus in videos like Roadtrip 3.0 and NISSAN GTR RACING. But one of his most popular videos is one he made with his wife as a follow-up to MY STAG NIGHT: HONEYMOON. Check out the rest of Robin's work on AirVūz HERE. For more highlights from the world's best drone pilots, click HERE. And for more amazing aerial views, stay tuned to AirVūz.com. VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: Tyler Mason: We're joined by a guy whose life looks like a party in his videos, all the way from Germany, Robin Maeter. Robin, thanks for coming on the Drone Dish. Robin Maeter: Yeah, thanks, nice to meet you. Tyler: Now you're a photographer and videographer by trade, you incorporate a lot of ground footage with the drone footage and you actually said you would like to do more drone footage. Tell me a little bit about the challenges of being able to fly in Germany and some of the places you've visited. Robin Maeter: Actually you have to ask for permission to have the opportunity to fly a drone on specific areas, so for the last project, for Road Trip 3.0 we had been to Frankfort, Dusseldorf, Berlin, and Hamburg so actually there is absolutely no opportunity to fly a drone without permission so we had to find some areas where we just did it. That's one big reason why I'm not able to use my drone footage as often as possible. Tyler: How long has it been a challenge to fly there? Robin Maeter: Good question and I'm not good with rules because I always break them, I think since the last two years the rules became much stricter than before. Tyler: Now you filmed, you did some drone and camera footage of both your bachelor party or your stag party as you call it, and your honeymoon. Tell me about what it was like to capture those special moments on video. Robin Maeter: It wasn't planned to capture the stag night so we just started doing that trip and we had our cameras with and I just bought my drone for my stag night so the first time I fly it was in Paris and I was extremely scared about crashing it so that was fun. Because of many nice feedbacks and good reactions on the stag night video I decided to make a cool honeymoon video with my wife so I think that video went crazy on any platform. Tyler: I believe that was in Thailand, correct? The honeymoon? Robin Maeter: Yeah, we were in Thailand and on Maldives. I think Thailand is much better for drone footage because you have much more opportunities than just staying on one island like Maldives. Tyler: Now a few of the videos that you've posted that include cars as a subject. Robin Maeter: My drones aren't fast enough so I always tell the people that driving cars they should slow down so approx 20, 30, up to 40 kilometers per hour. So I still can follow and when cutting the video I try to speed up the whole video. Tyler: Your video reel has some really, really cool footage in there, a lot of neat shots. Do you have a favorite shot from that reel that you made? Robin Maeter: Yes, it's the water plane crossing right under my drone, so that was a really nice shot because I was in a boat and I had less battery my Mavic, so I was like okay I have to do this shot because this shot is epic and I haven't seen a shot like this before so it was really hard because I was moving, the drone was moving, and the water plane was moving so I wasn't sure if it I may crash the water plane or something like that. So, that's personally my favorite shot ever done. Tyler: Last question here, Robin, you've traveled to some cool places, you've done a lot of fun things it looks like in your videos. Do you have any trips or parties you're going to be flying at or filming next? Robin Maeter: Yeah, so, there's just five days to go and then me and the good friend we make the movies for the Alliance Run, there are about 40 super sport cars going from Paris to Ibiza and that's going to take about 10 days so might be cool Instagram stories and nice cars, nice footages, nice shots from everywhere in France and Spain. Tyler: Very cool. Well we can't wait to see that footage. I'm sure it will be great just like everything else you've shared with us at interviews, Robin we really appreciate the time today on The Drone Dish. Robin Maeter: Yeah. Thank you very much. I just can't thank you so much.