Drones: Become a Pro Aerial Photographer and Videographer
Duration: 1.5+ Hours | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1.92 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Project Files Included
Learn how to safely setup and fly a DJI Phantom and configure it for FPV. Learn how to process aerial photos and video.
Drones of all shapes and sizes are here to stay. Those people that know how to fly are about to have a whole new world of opportunities open up to them. The photography and videography trades alone have already and will continue to see major transformations as multirotors are used as flying cameras. Business is becoming aware of these options and paying attention to the additional dimension drone work can offer.
It's an exciting time to be a part of this new "drone" economy. Get up to speed and add the valuable and rewarding skill of drone-based aerial imaging to your skill-set.
Photographers and videographers! Do you want to take your images to the next level... literally? This video course is all about helping you to get started taking awesome aerial photos and videos with the use of multirotors (drones) as quickly as possible. At the same time, I’ll teach you to avoid the many pitfalls or problems you may face when learning to fly, choosing an aerial platform, and flying safely. This course contains concise video lessons, PDF guides and helpful links to help you get up to speed and up in the air.
What do you get?
Camera drones are incredibly fun to fly and will add a whole new dimension to your work. If you are a videographer, this course will help videographers and photographers gain the skills and knowledge you'll need to confidently add epic aerial shots to your video projects. Learn the best GoPro settings and post processing techniques to achieve the best video quality.
Still photographers can have just as much fun taking still photos from a multirotor drone. We'll cover taking and processing still photos with a GoPro, as well as stitching aerial panoramas into breathtaking masterpieces.
Real estate agents, farmers, miners, law enforcement officers, sheer hobbyists... the possible uses for aerial imaging are many. Cutting edge technology is making aerial photography and videography more accessible than ever. At the same time it's important to know the laws, rules, and best practices to ensure your success.
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