October 15, 2018
at 9:00am -
with Byron Sands, Cr.Photog., CPP & Greg Lewis, CPP
Aerial Photography is coming mainstream. Is your studio ready? Will you be able to compete with the We will focus on how to begin integrating aerial imaging into your existing business: things to consider as you look to add aerial imaging to your portfolio offering, examine additional revenue streams, examine the investment required to enter the field, discuss current drone related equipment best suited for photography studios, and more...
We will have both single camera and multi-camera drones available to viewing. In the latter part of the class we will demo a drone flight and then process some of the images in Lightroom Classic CC. This class will not include flying by the attendees.
This class will NOT be a Part 107 Prep class beyond explaining what is required and pointing you to learning locations and materials. You must earn the FAA uSAS Remote Airman Certificate (Part 107) to use a drone commercially. Contrary to prevalent folklore, FAA does not "certify drone pilots" rather it issues the required certificate based on successful completion of the "Part 107" program.
Byron Sands, Cr. Photog., CPP, FAA sUAS Remote Airman Certificate (Part 107). At Texas School 2018, Byron assisted Randy Jay Braun & Stacy Garlington, founders of DJI Photo Academy, teaching a week class on drone photography.
Greg Lewis, CPP, past president, PPSNYS - Greg has over 3 decades as a studio owner spanning portraiture to weddings.
note-taking materials,laptop with Lightroom Clasic CC if you want to follow along during image editing
Items to Bring:
a sack lunch/snacks, money for lunch
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