In order to take off or land with a drone, permission must be obtained from the landowner or an authorised person. This is often unproblematic for contract work on behalf of the customer.
To avoid endangering third parties, it is advisable to cordon off the take-off and landing site with a barrier or an assistant. An assistant also has the advantage of being able to support camera operation or explain the reason for the flight to interested passers-by, so that the pilot can concentrate on flying.
The area required for a take-off and landing site always depends on the environmental conditions and the size of the aircraft used.
Other rules must also always be observed when flying, such as keeping a safe distance from main roads or airports.