If you are interested in aerial photography, why not try it sooner?
Maybe we don't know enough about drones, and we don't have the same control over the lens as photographers, but it will become easier after you take the first step, and with practice, you will learn how to control you drone to get the shot you want. After a lot of flying, you will gradually master the essentials of drone photography and get good images.
Start with Drone Photos
Try to fly your drone, stay in the air to take a static photo, and take a photo during the flight with dynamic capture. For static photography, the aircraft is fixed and stable in the air with the support of the gimbal, and the drone is shot. The picture picture will be very good, and you can even adjust the angle for shooting, but when taking pictures during the flight, it is prone to blurred pictures, blurred pictures and long exposures.
But when you shoot video, drone flight is everything. To ensure the smooth movement of the aircraft, it is possible to proceed to the next shooting.
When shooting video with Autel drone, when you lower the frame rate per second, the video will be smoother; when you increase the frame rate per second, the video will be clearer; Autel EVO drone supports 4k video shooting, up to 30 frames, up to 60 frames per second when shooting at 1080p.
Learn How To Avoid Obstacles
In the early stages, you may be spooked by trees or other objects that seem to stick out towards your drone. In the case where self-control drones are not yet skilled enough, it is very important for the drone to be equipped with obstacle avoidance sensors.
The Autel EVO drone supports three-way obstacle avoidance, and you still want to fly carefully, but it's good to know you have sensors working for you. Even the EVO Nano series drones weighing less than 250g also support three-way obstacle avoidance, and they work very well. The plane will stop a few feet from the obstacle.
Recognize The Limitations of Where To Fly
There are some restrictions on where you can fly a drone (no national parks, no crowded areas, no flying near airports, etc.), but there are still vast areas to explore by air that cannot be explored on the ground. Also, shifting your perspective, even a boring scene opens up new possibilities when viewed from above. You just have to rethink what makes a great image.
You'll probably progress and get better angle shots quickly, but as a beginner, shooting straight overhead is fun because it's a whole new way of looking at things. Even if you get better, don't rule them out. You'll still find scenes that tell the best story straight down the camera.
Learn To Shoot From A Designer's Perspective
Taking an angled image at the correct height, distance and orientation is more difficult than taking an image directly overhead. One benefit of shooting at an angle is that you can isolate your subject from distracting foreground or background items. No more screaming "drone shot" like some high-altitude direct looking down photos.
Post-Processing of Drone Photos
Mastering drone photography can take time. We may have captured some surprising and shocking images in flight charts. Of course, there will be some mediocre photos, and some people will prefer the filters on Instagram to taking good photos. Beautiful photo post-processing will bring us unexpected benefits, and even we will bring additional photo sales revenue. Most importantly, you may become a better overall photographer as a result.