Shooting Photos & Video with the Mavic Pro Drone with Scott Kelby and Terry White
The Mavic Pro may be small, but its packed with power. Learn how to shoot great photos and capture beautiful video with Scott Kelby and Terry White, as they take you through everything you need to know to get up and flying safely. In this class you’ll learn what you must do before you take your first flight, how to operate the drone safely, all the key settings to use for still and video capture, how to perform a pre-flight check, how to safely land, and a whole lot more. Don’t forget to download the accompanying PDF to take that pre-flight checklist with you everywhere you go.
In Case You Missed It
Get ready to fly with the DJI Phantom 3! Join Mia McCormick and John McQuiston as they show you what you need to know to get off the ground with the DJI Phantom 3. John and Mia start off by explaining the differences between the three versions of the DJI Phantom 3, before moving on to highlighting the main rules and regulations you need to understand before you take to the air. From there, you’ll get an in-depth look at the controller, a lesson on how to use the DJI Go app on your mobile device, how to prepare for and execute your first flight, helpful practice tips, and more. By the end of the class you will feel confident using the controller, the aircraft, and the app, and you’ll be ready to safely fly your DJI Phantom while capturing great photos and videos.
The problem with Drones is most places you might want to fly one they are either prohibited or allowed only with a special use permit. Naturally around airports is a no brainer, but a lot of people have been fined for Flying them in National Parks and Wildlife Refuges. The same is true for many state lands and naturally private lands without permission. I hope your class covers that.
I got my FAA -07 and now have 7 drones including the new Inspire 2, it’s more addicting than regular photography!!!
Should say 107
Great video! Do you have any posts for getting the FAA 107 license or other ways to make money with your drone? I’ve created a couple of posts on the subjects: