Aerial Photography - Full edition
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Compared to traditional photography, aerial photography provides more angles from which creators can capture the world. UASs are becoming a popular tool for travelers, wedding photographers, and journalists, among others. Taught by aerial photography instructors, trainees learn quickly with practical case studies and training.
The UTC Aerial Photography course in The Netherlands is offered in two different formats:
✔ Aerial Photography - Full edition
✔ Aerial Photography - Filmmaking edition ＞ Learn More
The Aerial photography - Full edition course is intended for professional photographers, journalists and others that start with an advanced knowledge of traditional photography or cinematography and want to obtain knowledge and experience with the aerial perspective. The course is given during the week and focusses more on DJI product capabilities rather than photographic principles.
✈ National regulations and requirements
✈ Flight safety
✈ Flight preparation and routine
✈ Hazard analysis
✈ Basic and advanced DJI settings
✈ Equipment specific information
✈ Aerial picture composition and shots
✈ Creation of a script for aerial photography
✈ Specifics of various available payloads/camera’s
✈ Techniques used in aerial photography
✈ Appreciation and analysis of aerial photos and films
The Aerial Photography course in The Netherlands is combined with the official ROC Light license required by the Authorities to start as a commercial drone pilot. Upon completion you will receive two certificates: the UTC Aerial Photography certificate and the Remotely Piloted Operator Certificate – Light. All trainees will be required to take the UTC test after the training course, including a theory exam and flight test. Additional to the UTC test, the ROC-L exam will provide the trainees with all required certificates to start putting theory in practice. The UTC Certificate will be issued for those who pass the testing, as a recognition of the gained skills for aerial photography.
ROC Light License
Trainees’ Works after Training