I suppose you can barter for membership or some kind of perk but you still need CAA Permission at a cost of just under £1700 (Ive just been costing it up) .......Asking for a friend...
As above, can the golf club offer you something upto a value instead of paying you money?
Correct....I think the strict legal interpretation is that bartering is still payment. So keep it on the down low and no documentation, you are just doing a favor for your friend, the course owner, maybe that would work?
NoBarter: to trade by exchanging one commodity for another....
Sounds good to me!
Guess you're not getting paid then.It can also bee loosely veiled by you asking the course owner permission to take-off, land and shoot video in and around his property. He could then grant you permission for said activities with the caveat that you surrender any recorded footage to him.
Not sure about the rules in the US but in the UK you would still require CAA permission. Obviously they have to catch you and have proof..... like posting your going to do it on a forum....NOOOO!..I'm a avid golfer, I'll take 2 rounds of a foursome to go with the boys...
Lots of worriers! Man.... If you are responsible and fly safely you will be fine. If i were doing this job i would charge $500 for stills and $800 for video. Or a package of both for 1k. Gonna take some time to do a entire golf course. Also have to factor in travel depending on the location. Oh and you are selling footage/pictures. Don't invoice for "Drone Photography".If you were doing a photo shoot for a 18 hole golf course, much would you charge?
Video only ?
I have a friend who regularly charges for his Phantom video work, when he makes out the invoice he lists the video as Free and only charges for the Post production and editing work. Seems to be OK as he has been doing it for 2 years without any IRS issues, he even pays his taxes on the editing side. Don't know about other countries. He hands the "Free" video to the property owner, then the owner asks him how much to edit some video he has, seems to be a loophole here.