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- Learn to fly your drone safely and with confidence
- Choose the right drone, multirotor or aerial platform
- Capture Aerial shots that tell stories and boost your portfolio
We are in an exciting phase of Drone technology, and if you’re photographer, or videographer with high ambitions, then now is the time to become part of it.
Take your images and videos to the next level, learn to safely set up a drone, and capture stunning aerial images.
Mark Richardson is a professional photographer and videographer, and founder of the Camera Stupid website. He will show you everything you need to hit the skies. This course will cover the basic rules for safe set-up and flying, offer a how-to guide for choosing your drone, multirotor, or aerial platform, and give you the technical assistance you’ll need to get going.
Learn at a pace to suit you, play-back the video tutorials, and download PDFs for reference: soon you’ll be ready to fly.
Who is this course for?
Photographers and videographers who want to get into aerial imaging
A computer will be needed to update and calibrate the recommended drone. You may need basic tools (soldering iron, wire cutters, screwdrivers) especially when making customizations to your aerial platform.
Become a drone photographer and videographer
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Does the course cover any form of manoeuvring? I didn't pass my flight assessment, so would be great if the course covers some of these aspects. Thnx
Yes - there is a section called Flight Training, and one of the modules covers 'Manoeuvres to Practice'This was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
J D asked:
Hi, does this course provide practical tips and techniques for piloting a drone? Thanks.
Hi JD Yes that is the aim of the courseThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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